Tate Modern, London
Dive into art
Visitors to the Tate Modern slides exhibition can literally dive feet first into art, taking a whirl down one of five giant slides, which fill the huge space of the Turbine Hall, turning it into a playground. Starting from the fifth floor and twisting and turning in an intricate pattern, the slides are as visually striking as they are fun to use, offering a new kind of viewing experience for art enthusiasts in the capital.
Slides for thought
Carsten Holler is well known for his slide exhibitions, exploring themes of freedom and release as experienced whilst sliding. Watching people slide is as intriguing as taking a slide yourself and the atmosphere will be bubbling with excitement throughout. Londoners can explore these ideas first hand and have a bit of fun in the process at a truly interactive, fun exhibition.