Infinity Mirrored Room – Filled with the Brilliance of Life is one of Kasuma’s largest installations, originally created for her 2012 retrospective at Tate Modern.
It creates a fantastical feeling of endless space using mirrored walls, a shallow pool of water and a constellation of tiny lights.
Chandelier of Grief, the artist’s second featured immersive installation, subsumes the viewer in an endless room of rotating chandeliers. It feels slightly like entering the mirrored room at a fairground only less carny and more brilliant and beautiful.
These unmissable experiences explore Kusama’s interest in the idea of boundless space and infinite replication. They also incorporate hallucinatory motifs which is a reoccurring theme in Kasuma’s work, stemming from the hallucinatory episodes she has suffered since childhood.
There’s also early documentation of her experimental performances and shows as well as a brand-new sculptural work that continues the theme of endless replication.