“Having an experience is taking part in the world, taking part in the world is really about sharing responsibility.”
In 2003 Giant Orange Sun had arisen in Tate Modern, London. Humidifiers created a fine mist in the air, the ceiling of the venue was covered with huge mirrors which results in viewers to see themselves as tiny little black dots against giant orange phenomenal sun.
Viewers or experiencers were laying down under this giant sun, checking themselves out and wondering if the object they were seeing on ceiling is whether themselves or not, this whole atmospheric hall in Tate Modern allows viewers to maximized their experience toward this surrealistic, tangible weather created by Danish artist.
Born in Copenhagen in 1967, danish artist Olafur Eliasson is well known for his works embracing tricks of lights, water, air in large scale installations. Eliasson’s works allow each viewer to get involved in his works with their particular experiences. In the ted talks he stated,
Danish Artist was commissioned by BMW in 2007 to create 16th Art Car for the BMW art car project based on the BMW H2R concept vehicle, a hydrogen powered car. Eliasson took a part of automobile and replaced with framework of steel bars and layers of ice. Expressing notion of relationship between automobile industry and global warming. Your mobile expectations: BMW H2R project was displayed in a temperature controlled room at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.