What do you get when you put a recently decommissioned fighter plane and the Tate Britain together? Answer, the latest work from artist Fiona Banner. Best known for her ‘wordscapes’, written transcriptions of the frame-by-frame action in Hollywood war films, her latest work exhibits two planes, Harrier and Jaguar that remain ambiguous objects implying both captured beast and fallen trophy.
Tate Britain Duveens Commission 2010
28 June 2010 – 3 January 2011
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