To celebrate our partnership with the Tate Modern, we're giving away 125 pairs of tickets to an exclusive after-hours view of Philippe Parreno's new Hyundai Commission in the Turbine Hall. The event will take place on the evening on Monday October 24 2016, including drinks and a talk with the show's curator.
This year, the annual commission for Tate Modern’s vast Turbine Hall has fallen into the hands of Philippe Parreno. Featuring bio-reactors, a ventriloquist and loads of fish, the French artist has turned the space into a giant ballet of lights, objects and sound. It’s amazing, insanely complicated and might just be the Turbine Hall's weirdest show ever.
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The Turbine Hall has been filled with lights, screens, speakers and inflatable fish by the brilliant French artist Philippe Parreno. He sees his installation as a giant object made of many parts, all of which move and interact. But even though it’s all choreographed like a whacked-out art ballet, it’s designed to constantly realign in new ways. You’ll never see it the same way twice.
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