no7

really curious about this.
a while ago i published something about solandra greenhouse, an installation aimed to question the nature of human emotions


















now he's going to do something for tate
''Carsten Holler involves his audience in explorations intended to generate visual events and stimulate feelings and thoughts to bring about shared experiences. We look forward to seeing what Höller will create for this seventh commission in The Unilever Series.''

The Unilever Series of annual commissions was launched in 2000 when Tate Modern opened with Louise Bourgeois's I Do, I Undo, I Redo. The Spanish artist Juan Munoz was the second artist commissioned in 2001 with Double Bind, while the first British artist to be commissioned was Anish Kapoor with Marsyas in 2002. Olafur Eliasson's Weather Project illuminated the Turbine Hall in 2003 and Bruce Nauman's mesmerising sound installation, Raw Materials, opened in October 2004. Since October 2005, Rachel Whiteread's EMBANKMENT has filled the Turbine Hall.
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