24 April 2008

Rising to heights so that others can slide down from them was this 17 m working height Nifty 170 from West Sussex-based Facelift Access Hire at the Tate Modern museum in London. The trailer was used to help install five stainless steel and acrylic glass slides (the longest is 58 m high) that form an artistic, interactive public playground in the Turbine Hall of the art gallery.. The artist is Carsten Holler.

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