Watch: Olafur Eliasson sensory art exhibition engages viewers with nature in exciting new ways

Watch: Olafur Eliasson sensory art exhibition engages viewers with nature in exciting new ways

"When you step into a museum you don't step out of the real world into sort of a dream world. You actually step even closer. It's like seeing reality in a higher definition, in higher granularity," he insists.
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