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I’ve just come out of The Tate Modern, to see Olafur Eliasson’s exhibition, “In Real Life.” It’s a series of mostly interactive installations that play with light, mirrors, mist, fire, water. A couple of pieces were too high for me to play with, but whatever—that’s unavoidable. [. . .] At the end, there's a whole room dedicated to a mirrored tunnel: you’re meant to walk through it. It had two steps up to it.
We decided to include Your Spiral View in the exhibition as it is the only sculpture of its type in Olafur Eliasson’s body of work which can be loaned for exhibitions, and a more accessible alternative does not exist. We recognise that this has caused an access issue for wheelchair users for which we are sorry and the comments we have received will be taken on board in future decision-making.