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Original interactive artwork returns

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An interactive artwork which gave people splinters and bruises has returned to the Tate after a 38-year break.

Tate Modern has recreated Bodyspacemotionthings, which is like a playground and assault course, in its Turbine Hall.

When it was first exhibited at the Tate Gallery in 1971, it had to be abandoned after four days.

David Sillito joined art lovers as they wobbled and crawled around the artwork.

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