The hall will also be filled with another, less tangible, suggestion of microbial life: an aroma that will change from week to week, conjuring the fragrant history of the Bankside area around the museum, from the Precambrian and late Jurassic eras to the Machine Age. Among the scent profiles Yi has created are those that represent more noxious periods in London history, including the smells of cholera and the bubonic plague.
— Artist Anicka Yi’s Turbine Hall takeover starts tomorrow (and runs through mid-January) at the Tate Modern in London. Read more in The Artistic Aromas of Anicka Yi at The New York Times.
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