Elaine and Hania went this week to Olafur Eliasson’s In Real Life exhibition at the Tate Modern. One highlight is the 39-metre long fog exhibit, Din blinde passager (Your blind passenger) where you can see about 1.5 metres ahead. The fog is made from non-toxic polls, a sweetener often used in food production. One question Eliasson asks is: Can artistic endeavour help mitigate the impact global warming? We must hope so.