Can a slide be art? Watch as we install Carsten Höller’s Left/Right Slide

Our ‘experience’ is the primary ‘material’ Carsten Höller manipulates as an artist. He aims to alter how we perceive the world and spark the senses in new ways. Inspired by his work as a biologist, Höller uses the museum to make scientific and philosophical experiments that reshape our expectations about art and produce unexpected outcomes.…

Beyond the experience of listening. Watch as we install Céleste Boursier-Mougenot’s musical installation

Our current exhibition Sugar Spin: you, me, art and everything features over 250 contemporary artworks exploring light, space, architecture and the senses which reflect our complex connections to the natural world with an explosion of colour, sensation and spinning delights. The exhibition, besides showcasing major new works, also marks the return of much-loved favourites including Céleste…

Watch as we install Cindy Sherman’s mural

Watch the Cindy Sherman mural installation time lapse The design of the Cindy Sherman exhibition was a collaborative process Cindy Sherman expands on contemporary society’s fascination with aspiration, narcissism and the cult of celebrity. Focusing on large-scale photographs made since 2000, this exhibition charts Sherman’s return as the central model in her artworks, for which…

Huang Yong Ping ‘Ressort’: A gigantic snake skeleton

The Gallery commissioned and acquired one of the signature works of The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT7), Ressort 2012, a sculpture by the Chinese–French artist Huang Yong Ping. The gigantic aluminium snake skeleton that spirals 53 metres across the Watermall, Ressort 2012 was a fitting centrepiece for APT7. This is not only…