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New Spring Exhibitions

Three new shows open this week. None conform to traditional 'exhibition' norms and in very different ways encourage you to get physically stuck in. Click on the titles below for our detailed reviews.

Artificial intelligence is taking over AI: More Than Human at the Barbican. Hugely interactive (and a bit muddled), we reckon kids will find this less scary than their parents. 

Composting, Farming, Trading, Cooking and Eating are the main themes in the new show at the V&A, Food Bigger than the Plate. These bald titles do no justice to this off the wall nutter of a show that gets increasingly eccentric as it progresses. Serious themes, seriously treated co-exist with food as performance.

The ethereal beauty of the moon is celebrated as Luke Jerram's 6 metre installation, Museum of the Moon is suspended in the semi-dark of the Jerwood Gallery at the Natural History Museum. One small step...