Oct 2016
Giant aquarium in Tate modern,London

“The fish can point your attention to different parts of the architecture” by¬†French artist Philippe Parreno

Floating inflatable fish appear occasionally in Anywhen, individually and in shoals. Free to follow the air currents of the Turbine Hall, they are a counterpart to an environment controlled through technology. The fish, drawn by the artist, include sardines and salmon, species that once inhabited the Thames, disappeared for decades, and now may be returning. Similarly precious and rare, the floating fish are part of the artwork.- Tate Modern