You have probably seen plenty of photos of this famous artwork on Instagram. Now you don’t have to travel all around the world to see it. How about a virtual tour through Yayoi Kusama’s famed Infinity Mirror Room artwork thanks to Broad Museum in Los Angeles. By Amitha Ameen

 

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How about a multi-sensory experience right from the comfort of your homes? Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrored Room–The Souls of Millions of Light Years Away is now available to enjoy online through The Broad Museum’s Instagram page.

 

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“Take an opportunity to delve into the spiritual aspects of Kusama’s exploration of eternity—paired with aural selections chosen curated by The Broad, including drone, electronic, ambient, and pop music. 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,” reads the museum’s introduction to this otherworldly and overwhelming experience.

The Japanese artists’ work has been drawing more than 2 million viewers since The Broad Museum opened on September 15. What makes this virtual experience all the more alluring is the fact that the virtual exhibition will be accompanied by music by Geneva Skeen. The artist is known for his ethereal music and his way of providing a spiritual experience through his music.

 

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So while waiting out the coronavirus pandemic from the comfort of your homes, why not experience the great Yayoi Kusama’s artwork in an altogether new way. The museum intends to release a new track, each week, to existing footage of the Infinity Mirror Room.

Why not take this time to focus on the positives and immerse yourselves in rich and varied culture, art and history, thanks to the museums and other outlets that are turning to virtual methods to make sure we continue with collecting more experiences.

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