From Wednesday (May 13), a special arts exhibition will be coming to Gallery 286 in Earl's Court.
Originally an engineer, artist Ben Yates creates sprawling cityscape installations with LED lights, recycled circuit boards and clear coffee tables.
The electric installations and sculptures make for a fun, sensory show fit for the whole family.
This exhibit is particularly relevant this year, as 2015 has been dubbed The International Year of Light and Light-based Technologies in the UN general assembly.
Artist Ben Yates said: "Influenced by a love of science, geometry, counter-culture and all things Japanese, in the past few years I have been working to produce series of works best viewed in dark spaces. They all involve electronics and provide their own illumination. I have always had a love of the aesthetics of electronics, particularly circuitry, which to me has always appeared to be a miniature-scale society.
"Adding LED lighting, and a populace of tiny model people, reinterprets the recycled circuit boards into sprawling cityscapes which I encase inside clear acrylic and glass coffee tables. They conjure a highly detailed glimpse into a colourful yet somewhat dystopian future, which double as practical pieces of modern furniture.
"Along with projections and other electric sculptural innovations, The Electric Microcosm exhibition is a unique sensory experience."
The Electric Microcosm - 286 Earls Court Road, South Kensington, SW5 9AS - 020 7370 2239