Floating fish take over at Philippe Parreno's Tate Modern show

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

 
3 October 2016 in Art & Culture, Views: 49
Source: BBC
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