Visitors to Yayoi Kusama’s new exhibition at The Broad are only allowed to spend 30 seconds inside each installation, to prevent selfie-takers causing big queues. The Los Angeles gallery has imposed the strict time limit on Infinity Mirrors, a series of six installations by the Japanese artist, in a bid to keep people funnelling through quickly.
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Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde recently brought his Waterlicht installation to the UK. This captioned movie shows how it uses lighting projections to recreate the visual sensation of a flood, to raise awareness about rising sea levels.
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