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Kusama Infinity Room
“Filled with the Brilliance of Life” Yayoi KusamaCourtesy of Tate Modern

You can experience one of Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrored Room at home

The artwork will be streamed online by LA museum The Broad

An artwork so popular a 30-second selfie rule was implemented to stop people from taking so many pictures, Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrored Room is now accessible online, through a streamed video of the esteemed creative’s celebrated work. 

A room which is lit up with various lights to mirror the effect of a galaxy and give the perception of standing in infinite space, the piece will be platformed by LA-based museum The Broad, which houses the work. With the Instagrammable piece accompanied by specially curated musical compositions as part of the ‘Infinite Drone’ series, different sounds will be chosen by the gallery on a regular basis.

“Take an opportunity to delve into the spiritual aspects of Kusama’s exploration of eternity,” the institution wrote on its Instagram. “Featuring deep cuts by celebrated musicians and sound artists from Los Angeles and beyond, the Infinite Drone series presents a new, contemplative way of experiencing The Broad’s most popular artwork.”

Kusama will also be the centre of a Tate retrospective, slated to open in May this year. Although the current climate may not allow this, the exhibition will feature two of the Japanese artist’s Infinity Rooms and is set to be her largest installation to date.