Tate Modern's first performance art show to feature fake fog

Tate Modern's first performance art show to feature fake fog
 

An artwork that will see visitors shrouded in artificial fog is to be part of a performance art exhibition at the Tate Modern.
Japanese artist Fujiko Nakaya's immersive "sculptures", made from water vapour, will be staged outside the gallery's new Switch House.
Performances by her long-term collaborators, such as dancers and drummers, will take place in the fog.
The first BMW Tate Live exhibition, to be an annual event, opens in spring.
Live installations will be created in and above the Tate Modern's underground Tanks space, which the gallery said will "provide visitors with... read more

 
23 November 2016 in Art & Culture, Views: 47
Source: BBC
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