Born in 1967 in Copenhagen, Olafur Eliasson is a visual contemporain artist graduated from the Fine Art academy of Denmark in 1995. He now lives and works in Berlin. Eliasson work explores different faces such as the notions of surface, crystalline structure, light, distortion, color and geometry. His often monumental works are extremely sensory. Some of his must-see projects, such as The weather project – conceived in 2003 for the Tate Modern Turbine Hall in London – plays with vision, colors and changing atmospheres. Monumental, this powerful luminous installation takes the visitor to another world where everything seems to be governed by this incredible source of light. A major work between poetry and unreality.