Tate Modern unveils new installation focused on the migration crisis

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Tate Modern unveils new installation focused on the migration crisis

Tate Modern's new large scale installation in the Turbine Hall has been revealed, with part of it guaranteed to make you weep.

The Crying Room by the Cuban artist Tania Bruguera - uses a special vapour, creating tears in those who visit. The floor of the hall has also unveils hidden images at the touch of a hand.

The artist - known for her political motivated projects - hopes the experience will make us more empathetic towards others, and to consider our neighbours.

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