Floating fish take over at Philippe Parreno's Tate Modern show
Visitors to Tate Modern over the next six months might feel like they have stepped into a giant aquarium.
French artist Philippe Parreno's new work - Anywhen - is the latest large-scale commission in the museum's Turbine Hall.
He describes the work as an ever-changing experience "that plays with time and space".
A shoal of helium-filled fish float about the cavernous space to a surreal soundtrack from overhead speakers.
Some of the sounds are piped in live from microphones outside Tate Modern - which raises the prospect of a busker on the South Bank being heard inside the hall.... read more