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Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirror Rooms

Tate is delighted to welcome you for an event at Tate Modern, an out-of-hours viewing of the incredible work of Yayoi Kusama and a performance by creative collective Stööki.

Oval: Where:
Tate Modern, Bankside SE1 9TG

 

Entrance: Blavatnik Building

Doors open: 18.15

Performance: 18.15 – 20.00

Your timed entry to the Kusama exhibition: 19.00

Please arrive at Tate Modern at least 10 minutes before your exhibition slot

Entry: No ticket required; entry will be by guestlist only. Your name is your ticket.

THE EVENT

Stööki’s performance will run throughout the evening, from 18.15 – 20.00.

Stööki’s performance will include a live-mixed soundscape and a VJ set. You will be able to participate in the VJ performance, collaborating with the artist to shape the performance. You are welcome to enjoy Stööki’s performance before and after going through the exhibition.

Entry to the Kusama exhibition is on a timed entry: 19.00.

Within the exhibition there are two installations to experience, as well as films and photography. You may need to queue for a few minutes before entering each of the installations. Tate staff will be on hand to assist.

You are welcome to stay for the whole evening. Guests are asked to leave the building by 20.00.

VENUE INFORMATION

Entrance is accessible. Accessible parking is available; to book this, please email Julia LePla (Julia.lepla@tate.org.uk).

Bags will be checked upon arrival. There is no cloakroom available on site; please only bring a small handbag or rucksack with you.

Accessible bathrooms will be available throughout the evening.

Lifts will be in operation between level 1 and level 4.

Food and drink are not permitted inside Tate Modern, with the exception of bottled water.

Photography for non-commercial use is permitted throughout the evening.

Ear defenders will be available for those who’d like them.

A chill out zone will be available by the exit to the exhibition for anyone to use.

GETTING TO TATE MODERN

Oval: Plan your journey: 
Click here
Oval: Entrance:
4 – Blavatnik Building

 

if you have any questions about the event, please email Julia LePla (Julia.lepla@tate.org.uk)

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