The Turbine Hall of the Tate Modern in London is transformed into an environmental wonder by Danish artist Olafur Eliasson with his work, “The Weather Project“. There’s a mist in the air (is it destroying all of the other art in the building?) and an artifical sun made up of 200+ low-sodium mono-frequency lights that makes entrie hall glow like a christmas tree on fire. I haven’t been there yet but I will be in London this weekend so hopefully on Sunday I can get a chance to check it out. My question – is it art or is it just a glorified natural history museum-type exhibit about weather conditions?