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Visitors don't just view the new London exhibition devoted to Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson.For Eliasson, art is interactive."When you look at that rainbow," he said Tuesday, "is it in fact you consuming the colors, or is it you producing the colors?"The 52-year-old artist has always loved the challenge of using unexpected and intangible materials in his art. Eliasson plans to go back this summer and photograph them again, and the two sets will be hung side by side to illustrate how human-driven climate change is altering the landscape.In Eliasson's view, there is a natural overlap between art and activism.As the artist sees it, art and life are one and the same.
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