Korean-born artist Anicka Yi has let loose a bunch of floating jellyfish machines inside the Turbine Hall at Tate Modern, to encourage us to think about how machines could inhabit the world. The battery-powered aerobes, a mixture of bulbous and see-through tentacled objects, hover around the hall, which has also been filled with changing scentscapes designed by Yi inspired by smells from different periods in the history of Bankside.
Yi is known for her experimental work which explores the merging of technology and biology. Through breaking down distinctions between plants, animals, micro-organisms and machines, she asks us to think about further understanding ourselves as humans and the ecosystems we live in.
Tickets for this exhibition are complimentary and can be booked for you by requesting them for the concierge. We have a large allocation of tickets for members to this exhibition, which runs until the 16th of January 2022, and that often means we have last minute tickets available to issue.
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