Infinity Mirrors

Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrors is a well-known art exhibit that’s making a stop in Seattle. Art lovers around the world flock to this exhibit. Now I’m not really an art person, so how do I know it’s worth seeing? Because I asked my sister an art school graduate and art history person what it was, and she wouldn’t shut up about it. So take that as you will.

Seriously though, it’s worth seeing during the exhibit’s short time in Seattle through September 10th. You don’t really need me to tell you that. The lines to get into this exhibit are already exorbitantly long. It’s worth it though I’m told.

What I can tell you is that the experience of art can be enhanced by listening to music. Seriously, there’s science behind it.

In light of that, here are some song recommendations for your listening pleasure for when you go. These songs have been picked by a complex and scientific recommendation algorithm to sync perfectly with the live experience of seeing the art…

Yes, that’s what I’m going with. Algorithm.

Man in the Mirror – Michael Jackson

Classic mirror related song. It’s gotta be first.

Reflection – Lea Salonga

Best Disney mirror song. From the best Disney movie ever. I said it, fight me.

Mirrors – Justin Timberlake

JT hitting the mirror on the nose. Or something. This algorithm is great! Great mirror viewing songs.

Mirror – Lil Wayne

Lil Wayne even more on the nose with fewer extraneous plurals.

Nostalgia – Mirror

A song by a band called “Mirror” from their self-titled debut album, Mirror. Perfect mirror viewing selection.

Worth It – Fifth Harmony

From their album titled… Reflection! Like in a mirror… You get it.

 

Man that algorithm is scientific and definitely not just all the songs I could think of related to mirrors or reflections. What’s your favorite mirror-viewing song? Tell us on Twitter!


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