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Art May, 28 2009

Robert Morris Interactive Installation at Tate Modern

Bodyspacemotionthings is an interactive exhibition allowing visitors to climb, balance, roll, and crawl through a series of huge props. The installation was created by Robert Morris, an American sculptor who has worked through the years with dance companies. His main interest is the audiences perception of an object in space. Bodyspacemotionthings recreates the Tate’s first fully interactive exhibition, which opened in 1971.

The installation is ready for play until June 14, 2009 at Tate Modern.

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