Watch Olafur in an interview with Zeinab Badawi on HARDtalk from the BBC. ‘How far can artists and their work change the world? Can artistic endeavour lead to concrete action to mitigate the impact of global warming, or is this fanciful? Zeinab Badawi is at the Tate Modern in London to interview award-winning Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson about his new exhibition and why he believes art can be a force for good in the world.’ – HARDtalk
Our advanced geometry team, led by Phillip Reiner, is always hard at work imagining new objects and spaces. Here's one of a collection of ongoing studies – a 'Hopf fibration' generated from a distinctive mapping on a regular three-dimensional sphere. https://t.co/a9JKtXNx2t
'In the next 200 years, all our glaciers are expected to follow the same path', the plaque reads, in Icelandic and English. 'This monument is to acknowledge that we know what is happening and what needs to be done. Only you know if we did it.'
‘Beauty’ archive, 1993–2016 - Now part of In real life, Tate Modern, London
A cardboard model of Your spiral view, 2009 https://t.co/uHPZtYyMWS
Big Bang Fountain, 2014 - In real life, Tate Modern, London