Prepare to be dazzled! In spring 2021, the Tate Modern exhibits two of Yayoi Kusama's trippy Infinity Mirror Rooms.
Two immersive installations by the Toyko-based nonagenarian arrive on Bankside next year, offering a glimpse into Kusama's mini universes, in which ethereal lights seemingly run on into infinity.
Infinity Mirrored Room – Filled with the Brilliance of Life features hundreds of coloured LEDs, duplicated many thousands of times in a room that's mirrored on the floor, walls and ceiling. The installation returns to the Tate, after appearing at a 2012 retrospective here.
Chandelier of Grief, meanwhile, comprises a 'boundless universe' of spinning baroque chandeliers — pretty haunting stuff.
The exhibition — which will cost non-Tate members £10 to experience — will be accompanied by photographs exploring the phenomenon that Kusama's mirrored rooms have become. The artist created her first — called Infinity Mirror Room -Phalli's Field — back in 1965.
Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirror Rooms is planned at Tate Modern for 2021 — opening date TBC. Tickets £10 — booking available soon.