• Mariko Mori, WaveUFO, 1999–2002, brainwave interface, vision dome, projector, computer system, fiber glass, Technogel®, Acrylic, carbon fiber, aluminum, magnesium, 16' 2 1/8“ x 37' 2 7/16” x 17' 3 7/8". Installation view.

    Mariko Mori

    ARoS Aarhus Art Museum
    Aros Allé 2
    October 13, 2007–January 27, 2008

    Groninger Museum
    Museumeiland 1
    April 29–September 2, 2007

    Curated by Sue-an van der Sijpp and Mark Wilson

    After touching down in Venice, New York, and elsewhere, Mariko Mori’s Wave UFO, 2003—a pearlescent, teardrop-shaped pod in which two prone viewers are surrounded by visual manifestations of their brain waves—lands at the Groninger Museum, where it anchors this survey of the Japanese visionary’s work. The show—curated by Sue-an van der Zijpp and Mark Wilson—will include the video piece Kumano, 1998, and several recent sculptures, such as Transcircle and Moonstone, both 2004. All told, approximately three dozen examples of Mori’s techno spiritualism will offer visitors glimpses of a new-millennium sublime. A comprehensive catalogue with texts by the artist will accompany the exhibition. Travels to ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum, Denmark, Oct. 13, 2007–Jan. 27, 2008.