Mark Wallinger unveils largest art commission ever in London Underground
Photograph Mark Wallinger
Artist Mark Wallinger has just completed work on his installation in the London Underground, cited as the largest ever art commission, for the 150-year anniversary of the British transportation system. Titled Labyrinth, The work involves 270 unique mazes, each installed in a station in the London Underground system. ”It’s about the everyday, but on such a vast scale of moving people about. That almost in itself is a colossal, almost mythical sort of function.” via: AO ArtObserved
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