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Day 2/183: Olafur Eliasson at the Tate Modern, London

I took my dSLR along with me to the immersive Olafur Eliasson exhibition at the Tate Modern in London.

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My friend Kate making her way through one of Olafur Eliasson’s exhibitions.

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Children forging their way down the 45-metre fog-filled dimly-lit corridor.

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Their daddy was going too slowly for their liking.

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The entrance to the exhibition, reflected in one of the Tate’s windows.

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“History is a record of migration”

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“Perception is not something that happens to us, or in us, it is something we do.”

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View from one side of a mirror/bubble exhibit. From the other side, you couldn’t see in.

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I don’t remember what this projection was called. It rotated and evolved very slowly. It looked to me like the skull of a small delicate creature. Other opinions included abyssal plain dweller and ossicles.

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Inside the big room with the fractured mirror ceiling, “How do we live together?”

The next set of photos is from a single colossal exhibition, a marvellous 3D notebook of unfinished works.
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And finally,
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Inside the metal tunnel, “Your Spiral View”.

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Accidental long exposure inside “Your Spiral View”.

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