Truth to tell there is probably nothing being made out there that can occupy this misconceived huge exhibition space. Playing on a swing is not visual art, visual art involves one in quiet seeing and intellectual and aesthetic contemplation and not infantilism or childish games which belong in a public park. One could go as far as to say if this is what's needed to bring in the populist crowds then perhaps our leading museum of contemporary visual art should hand the job over to more adult and capable hands, who are not interested in making visual art social media participatory fun for selfies and absolutely nothing else.
Bring back connoisseurship and elitism, damn the faux inclusivity and participation, this isn't what the arts Council should be subsidising. Very little of what has been shown in the Turbine Hall has been any good.