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See photos of the all-white space that you can cover in colorful dots

By
Will Gleason
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Odds are you've probably seen some shots of Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama's new solo show "Give Me Love" at David Zwirner Gallery pop up in your Instagram feed since the show opened May 9. Visitors to the show are given a sheet of neon-colored stickers when they enter the all-white recreation of a middle class home and told to apply them wherever they see fit.

The result is a formerly blank space slowly becoming more and more colorful. See the progress of the room below (which has come quite far over the last few days) and visit the gallery yourself to participate. 

 

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Empty keys! Does anyone have more stickers? #obliterationroom #yayoikusama

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