Tate Britain covered in neon lights for psychedelic art installation

The facade of Tate Britain has been covered in neon lights for a winter art installation. Footage from February 11 shows the iconic entrance with various incandescent illustration-like lights. The installation called "Remembering a Brave New World" by artist Chila Kumari Singh Burman is said to be inspired by "mythology, Bollywood, radical feminism, political activism and family memories," according to the gallery's website.