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Olafur Eliasson @ Barbican centre "station to station" www.barbican.org.uk, Photo: Tanja Siems

Olafur Eliasson @ Barbican centre "station to station" www.barbican.org.uk, Photo: Tanja Siems

The mediated motion | Exhibition | Studio Olafur Eliasson | 2001 | Kunsthaus Bregenz, Bregenz, Austria

Olafur Eliasson in collaboration with Günther Vogt - The mediated motion - 2001 - Kunsthaus Bregenz, Austria, 2001

T2 @ Olafur Eliasson LVFoundation exhibition "Contact" in Paris, Photo: Theo Lorenz

@ Olafur Eliasson LVFoundation exhibition "Contact" in Paris, Photo: Theo Lorenz

ARCHIGRAM celebration @ AA London, 5th Dec'14 "The Opera screened amidst large-scale Zoo creatures and pop-ups from the Archigram archive." Peter Cook lecture, Photo: Theo Lorenz

ARCHIGRAM celebration @ AA London, "The Opera screened amidst large-scale Zoo creatures and pop-ups from the Archigram archive.

Immersive light installations installed inside Gehry's Fondation Louis Vuitton.

Olafur Eliasson - Contact at Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris. Olafur Eliasson, Bridge from the future, 2014

Carsten Höller, London June 2015, Photo: Tanja Siems. "Decision" is the artist’s largest show in the UK, immersing visitors in a series of experimental environments, he explores perception and decision making. To enter the exhibition visitors must choose between two different entrances. Once inside the exhibition, visitors encounter a range of situations that ask them to reflect on the process of decision making. Reference: http://carstenholler.southbankcentre.co.uk/about-exhibition

Carsten Höller, London June 2015, Photo: Tanja Siems. "Decision" is the artist’s largest show in the UK, immersing visitors in a series of experimental environments, he explores perception and decision making. To enter the exhibition visitors must choose between two different entrances. Once inside the exhibition, visitors encounter a range of situations that ask them to reflect on the process of decision making. Reference: http://carstenholler.southbankcentre.co.uk/about-exhibition

Joseph Cornell Exhibition - Wanderlust, Summer 2015 @ the Royal Academy of Arts "From a basement in New York, Cornell channelled his limitless imagination into some of the most original art of the 20th century." Images see also the RA "wanderlust" catalogue.

Joseph Cornell Exhibition - Wanderlust, Summer 2015 @ the Royal Academy of Arts "From a basement in New York, Cornell channelled his limitless imagination into some of the most original art of the century." Images see also the RA "wanderlust" catalogue.

T2 @ Marcel Duchamp exhibition at the Centre Pompidou, Photo: Tanja Siems

@ Marcel Duchamp exhibition at the Centre Pompidou, Photo: Tanja Siems

Jamie Newton "wind drawing machine" 2007

Jamie Newton "wind drawing machine" 2007

Carsten Höller, London June 2015, Photo: Tanja Siems. "Decision" is the artist’s largest show in the UK, immersing visitors in a series of experimental environments, he explores perception and decision making. To enter the exhibition visitors must choose between two different entrances. Once inside the exhibition, visitors encounter a range of situations that ask them to reflect on the process of decision making. Reference: http://carstenholler.southbankcentre.co.uk/about-exhibition

Carsten Höller, London June 2015, Photo: Tanja Siems. "Decision" is the artist’s largest show in the UK, immersing visitors in a series of experimental environments, he explores perception and decision making. To enter the exhibition visitors must choose between two different entrances. Once inside the exhibition, visitors encounter a range of situations that ask them to reflect on the process of decision making. Reference: http://carstenholler.southbankcentre.co.uk/about-exhibition

In Orbit: Suspended more than 25 meters above the piazza of the K21 in Düsseldorf is Tomás Saraceno 's gigantic installation in orbit. Photo: Tanja Siems, September 2015

In Orbit: Suspended more than 25 meters above the piazza of the in Düsseldorf is Tomás Saraceno 's gigantic installation in orbit.

Conrad Shawcross project "Nervous systems 2003" Material: oak, string, mechanical system, Dimensions variable, reference: conradshawcross.com

The Nervous Systems - Conrad Shawcross

Conrad Shawcross "steel clouds" at the Royal Academy Summer Show, August 2015, Photo: Tanja Siems

Conrad Shawcross "steel clouds" at the Royal Academy Summer Show, August Photo: Tanja Siems

T2 @ Olafur Eliasson LVFoundation exhibition "Contact" in Paris, Photo: Theo Lorenz

@ Olafur Eliasson LVFoundation exhibition "Contact" in Paris, Photo: Theo Lorenz

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