21 March 2009

There is a huge spider in London

It's not the first that I meet again with the huge spider at the Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster’s Turbine Hall installation. I walked through red and green slats into the sound of recorded waterfall. Bunk beds are arranged neatly under the arching spider (which has eggs btw) with Sci-Fi books roped tightly to each one. The oversized sculptures are super massive and people were crouching underneath them cowering away from the sound of the rain. I came to the Tate when I was 17 and fell in love with the Turbine Hall, and at 23 I can truthfully say I still love it the same if not even more.

1 comment:

va loans said...

Love the art, brings life to such simple items. I would like to go visit this location.