Belgian artist Carsten Höller has returned to London, this time bringing his retrospective exhibit to South Bank's Hayward Gallery. The 53-year-old artist previously transformed the Tate Modern by installing giant slides on the outside and now he is bringing the slide installation to the Hayward Gallery as part of his retrospective. Entitled Isomeric Slides, the installation was designed to induce an "emotional state that is a unique condition somewhere between delight and madness."

The exhibition will also include Flying Machines, installed on the gallery's outdoor terrace facing the Waterloo Bridge, which will provide a unique visitor experience to feel the sensation of flying over the cities traffic. The 'Pill Clock' (2011-2015) timepiece is also on show and will drop over 1 million pills from its position on the ceiling and offers visitors the chance to eat one. Stranger things have happened...

Isomeric Slides opens June 10 at the Hayward Gallery in London and will run through to September 6