OLAFUR ELIASSON

This Saturday started at 10:30 am with me and a few of my old Google workmates made a call to Ines (also an old Google colleague) to wish her a happy birthday. Its was very lovely to see everybody and to wish a very happy birthday to an unexpected Ines.

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At noon I met Chloe at Tate Morden to see the Olafur Eliasson exhibition.

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At noon I met Chloe at Tate Morden to see the Olafur Eliasson exhibition.

I think the biggest attraction for us was to go to the room when you become black and white. That is my favourite type of art. The once that is smart and thought trough. Like the black and white room, the big bang fountain (its a blacked-out room with a fountain in the middle. Every few seconds a light flash is pointed at the fountain, usually when the water is in the air, and it looks like its floating) but when art is just a paper places on a table... I am sorry, buts hard for me to see that as art.

ChloΓ« made funny point when we walked past 3 bottles of coke.

One was full, one was half empty and one was empty. ChloΓ«: They can literally put anything in here and make up a meaning behind it. Like this bottles of coke... This could represent Brexit if you like it too... like the full one could represent the people that wanted to stay, the empty could represent the people that wanted to leave and the middle one (the half empty) could represent the division of the people...

Maybe she should be an artist.