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Infinity Mirror Rooms – Yayoi Kusama

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The Tate Modern is providing the rare experience of the Yayoi Kusama exhibition this spring in London. Immerse yourself into the infinity mirror rooms, a chance to escape everyday life and explore the endless beauty that the illusions of LED lights and mirrors provide. 
 
Yayoi Kusama is a Japanese contemporary artist who developed what was once childhood hallucinatory episodes into a motif of perspectives, space and an optical illusion. Art became an essential survival mechanism and a tool to make sense of the world – ‘art medicine’. Yayoi’s artwork also stemmed from a traumatic childhood and her paintings became an act of rebellion. The one thing all her work has in common is DOTS! Dots surround and engulf you, making it hard to tell where the room ends and begins. Yayoi Kusama is the biggest selling female artist in the world, aged 92!
 
So, from rubbing your eyes as a child to create a galaxy of illusion’s, to being fascinated by space and a starlit night, the Tate is now allowing individuals to capture it all at the tips of your fingers this spring.
 
Tickets are priced at just £10 and free for members. This is a must-do unique experience for those wanting to be transformed into another dimension and for a snap savvy spring filled with an unforgettable unique memory.

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