The newest installion to take over the cavernous space of the Tate Moderns, Turbine Hall opens today. (October 11th)
Carsten Höller has installed a number of slides within the space, with each starting on a different floor level and all finishing on the ground floor of the Turbine Hall. The slides will be open to the public and are free, but tickets are required which will be available in the gallery on a first-come, first-served basis.
Check the Tate Moderns website for all the details.
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