Tuesday, 14 Feb, 2012 Technology

Japanese Artist Unveils Her Infinity Mirror Room - Installation with Hundreds of LEDs


The British national gallery of modern art, found in London, has recently unveiled a striking new art piece developed by Yayoi Kusama.

The installation in composed of hundreds of LEDs, the light of which is reflected by wall-to-wall mirrors.

The 82-year-old Kusama has entitled the creation Infinity Mirror Room. The art installation consistently repeats various patterns, including that of polka-dots.

As a voluntary resident in a psychiatric hospital, the artists gathered experience for about 40 years, and decided to come up with works that trap the attention of the viewer.

It is worth mentioning that the exhibition will be opened until June 5, 2012. To get more information you are free to visit the Tate Modern website.

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//2 Mar 26, 2012 07:53 PM | posted by: Sarai
thats so cool ! i would pay any money in the world to have a room like that!
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