Exhibit: In Real Life
Until January 2010 the Tate Modern plays host to In Real Life, Olafur Eliasson’s captivating exhibition of installations, designed to heighten the senses.
Whether playing with shadows and reflections or introducing natural phenomena such as rainbows into the gallery space, the work is the artist’s research into geometry, colour theory and motion patterns and save for one piece, have never been exhibited in the UK before. More than just a collection of unique installations, once every week visitors are able to communicate with Eliasson’s Berlin based 100-strong person team via a live link, where you can ask about his perspective can bring to issues like climate change, energy, architecture and migration.
Visitors to the exhibit will also encounter a dramatic new waterfall sculpture on the terrace behind the gallery. Waterfall 2019 fuses nature and technology and is a thought provoking piece about how to respond to the environment.
From now to 5 January 2020 at Tate Modern. From £18.