The New York Times has an amazing slideshow of Yayoi Kasuma's current exhibition—“I Who Have Arrived in Heaven"—at the David Zwirner Gallery in New York.
The infinity room is actually the size of a walk-in closet, but it feels much bigger because of 75 colored LED bulbs and mirror-lined walls.
The lines can circle the block. (When we stopped by last week, people had been waiting for more than four hours!)
And each person get just 45 seconds in the room. When we were there, the docent told us that some people don't know their limits and get freaked out—even busting out of the room in a panic. Others told the New York Times it was "ethereal" and "meditative."
The show is open until December 21st. Would you want to go?
P.S. Cool art exhibits: Swings, slides, rain and marrying Prince William.
(Photos by Benjamin Norman for the NYTimes)