Press Release

Infinite Kusama with Tate Collective

Press release announcing Infinite Kusama with Tate Collective at Tate Modern

Editor notes

The Hello Cube is a digital installation that combines interactive software with a physical object in order to create a unique digital experience for both online users and gallery visitors. The software integrates online and social media to create a unique digital interaction that becomes part of the physical installation on the Turbine Hall Bridge at Tate Modern. 

Hellicar & Lewis is a partnership between Peter Hellicar and Joel Gethin Lewis, formed in 2008. They are interested in creating groundbreaking experiences that use art, technology and design to take people into the moment and impart lasting memories.

Tate Collective is an advisory group of young people, aged 15-25 years, who work collaboratively with artists and exchange new ideas, across art and new media, at Tate Britain and Tate Modern. is a website devised by young people in collaboration with the Hayward Gallery, the Royal Academy of Arts, the South London Gallery, Tate Britain and the Whitechapel Gallery as part of the Louis Vuitton Young Arts Project. Launched in June 2011, the REcreative website has become a highly active online community which inspires greater involvement and interest in contemporary art. Young people can upload and discuss art works, watch exclusive video content, win prizes and get behind the scenes access to a range of arts professionals, artists including Tracey Emin and Grayson Perry, art critics such as Ben Luke and Oliver Basciano, and the publisher of Dazed & Confused, Jefferson Hack.