11:00 21 August - 17:00 22 August 2012
Location: Tate Modern, The Tanks, Bankside, London, SE1 9TG
Lecturer Ruairi Glynn is exhibiting 'Fearful Symmetry' at the Tate Modern opening on August 21st. His latest and most ambitious interactive installation to date has been developed through a collaboration with Middlesex University Design Engineering and Kings College's Department of Robotics. This exhibition follows exhibitions last year at the Centre Pompidou, Paris, and the National Art Museum of China, Beijing.
Exploring ambiguity and manipulation of visual perception, 'Fearful Symmetry' animates the darkness of the newly opened Tanks at Tate Modern as part of its Undercurrent programme. Ruairi will also discuss his work in Tate's Artist Talks on Tuesday 21 August and Wednesday 22 August.
See more at www.ruairiglynn.co.uk