Forty five seconds. That’s how long you normally have to bathe in the twinkling, reflective abyss of Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrored Room—The Souls of Millions of Light Years Away. But now the Broad is letting you spend as much time with its signature piece as you’d like—virtually, at least. As part of the Broad from Home, you can watch a video of Kusama’s Infinity Mirrored Room set to a spacey soundtrack. Dubbed Infinite Drone, the series will pair the installation with drone, electronic, ambient and pop music from both local and international musicians.  Like the museum itself, there’s of course more than just an infinity room including a series called Interplay: Poetry and Art, in which poets respond to specific pieces in the museum’s collection; and the instructional Family Workshops at Home, a Friday morning step-by-step tutorial for art activities inspired by pieces in the museum.