Shibboleth, Turbine Hall at Tate Modern. London, UK 2007-2008.


This artwork is a 167m crevice accross the Turbine Hall and it represents the experience of segregation as a negative space, the space fo the crack itself. This ambitious project was planned, built and pre-assembled in Bogotá prior to shipping to London. It went through a number of exceptional technical challenges, but finally came to life earlier than scheduled. My involvement on the project besides technical design and production supervision, included the production of high definition computer renderings and photography for the catalogue from Tate Publishing.

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