Monday, October 08, 2007

Huge Crack On Display In Tate Gallery - Art Lovers Looking Into It

Apologies - but what title would you put on this story?

"The work, entitled Shibboleth 2007, runs the full 167 metres of the cavernous hall on London's South Bank.

It begins as a crack then widens and deepens as it snakes across the room."


The artist explains the work's significance, but I prefer to leave it to your interpretation.

What symbolism could this massive crack possibly have?

Personally, I'm just glad it's showing in London rather than Scotland. We'd just have filled it with sausages or turned it into a crude device for smoking narcotics.

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