Visitor listens to US artist Bruce Nauman's aural installation at Tate Modern gallery in London.
A visitor listens to wall-mounted speakers in the Turbine Hall of the Tate Modern gallery in London, at the launch of American artist Bruce Nauman's aural installation, October 11, 2004. The work, which opens to the public on Tuesday for six months, is a cacophony of 21 different voice tapes all running at the same time, filling the entrance hall of the former power station with noise. Apart from 34 black loudspeakers hanging from the walls and ceiling, there is nothing to see. The sound tapes include disembodied voices repeatedly telling the listener to "think", another screaming "no, no, no" and yet another repeating "live and die". REUTERS/Toby Melville TM/MD