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Infinity Mirror Room or Phalli’s Field, Yayoi Kusama, installation of mixed media, 1965. Kusama has stated that this work represents a “field of sex” and the risks and anxiety that come with it. The red dots that cover the phallic sculptures represent sexually transmitted diseases, which have been multiplied infinitely by the mirrored walls. 

Infinity Mirror Room or Phalli’s Field, Yayoi Kusama, installation of mixed media, 1965. Kusama has stated that this work represents a “field of sex” and the risks and anxiety that come with it. The red dots that cover the phallic sculptures represent sexually transmitted diseases, which have been multiplied infinitely by the mirrored walls. 

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