ART, DESIGN, CRAFT, AND CULTURE.

By Miroslaw Balka, this eerie installation at the Turbine Hall in the Tate Modern is one of my favourite interactive works, the vast container void of all light required that the viewers walk to the end of the space and back again. Although it sounds simple, the sensory deprivation experienced made it a very alienating, fascinating installation to experience. 

(Source: tate.org.uk)

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    Uh, why don’t you just walk in a goddamn Cave?
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    INTO THE DARKNESS
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    One of my favorite installations at the Very Best local museum is like this. Inevitably there are people whooping and...