My friend Kate making her way through one of Olafur Eliasson’s exhibitions.
Children forging their way down the 45-metre fog-filled dimly-lit corridor.
Their daddy was going too slowly for their liking.
The entrance to the exhibition, reflected in one of the Tate’s windows.
“History is a record of migration”
“Perception is not something that happens to us, or in us, it is something we do.”
View from one side of a mirror/bubble exhibit. From the other side, you couldn’t see in.
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.
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.
Inside the metal tunnel, “Your Spiral View”.
Accidental long exposure inside “Your Spiral View”.
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