Tatsuo Miyajima: Connect with Everything at the MCA

The Museum of Contemporary Art’s summer blockbuster show has opened
Tatsuo Miyajima Connect With Everything 2016 MCA installation view 01 feat Mega Death photographer credit Anna Kucera (c) Museum of Contemporary Art Australia
Photograph: Alex Davies Installation view 'Mega Death' (1999) at MCA
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Sydneysiders might remember Tatsuo Miyajima’s massive room installation ‘Death Clock’ from the MCA's popular 2012 exhibition Marking Time, which marked the re-opening of the redesigned building.

The artist is best known for this kind of numbers-based LED installation, and that is the focus of Tatsuo Miyajima: Connect with Everything – though his performance works, paintings and drawings also feature in the retrospective, which is on now until March 5 next year.

It's the largest survey of Miyajima's work to date and it promises a visceral experience: a heady mix of lights, colour, technology and Buddhist philosophy.  

Have a sake cocktail and yakitori-style snack at the MCA's themed pop-up Cherry Blossom bar while you're there. The MCA café will also be offering Japanese-style snacks, and they've collaborated with Sydney's School of Life on mindfulness workshops

And don't skip the merch. The MCA Store has a quirky range of Miyajima 'numbers' stockings and socks, plus Miyajima x Maison Balzac scented candles. 

The MCA is open daily 10am-5pm (and till 9pm on Thursdays, although the late closure swaps over to Wednesdays in the new year). Full price tickets for Tatsuo Miyajima: Connect with Everything are $22.

Read Time Out's guide to Tatsuo Miyajima: Connect with Everything.

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