This summer, the Museum’s Cullinan Hall transforms into an interactive environment for audiences of all ages. Kusama: At the End of the Universe unites two of contemporary artist Yayoi Kusama’s signature infinity rooms. Kusama’s Aftermath of Obliteration of Infinity is an intimate space illuminated by an array of golden lights that ignite and then fade into darkness. Visitors enter and stand in the center of the room, finding themselves enveloped by a seemingly infinite horizon and then confronted by an equally infinite void. Read more.
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