Mariko Mori: Rebirth

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Royal Academy of Arts Burlington Gardens

Until Sun Feb 17 2013

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Mariko Mori 'Transcircle 1.1 (indoor)', 2004 The Mori Art Collection, Tokyo. © Mariko Mori. Photo: Ole Hein Pedersen.

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Chris and Shelley

A disappointing waste of money. This display was made up primarily of three main display areas containing large monolith pebble shapes that changed colour just like the tacky globes sold in the free magazines from the back of the Sunday papers. The last installation described as a White hole was a pitch dark room gaurded by a bored guard with a torch. Once inside the installation glowed in a variety of colours. The Death exhibition at the Wellcome Collection was much more thought provolking and was free as well. Maybe I am missing the point or maybe the Emperors new clothes are still being shown to the masses.