22.04.11 by Jeff

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Sculptures by Fiona Banner.

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Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Would love to see this in person!

  • Her work is so diverse. Check out her site. Awesome stuff.

  • ALICKS RENEE

    Definitely.

  • wonderful wonderful

  • lapetitefaon

    jesus, these are insane. Though I have to say they look incredible in that location, if they were in a completely white wall modern gallery I don’t know that I would be as moved, I love the juxtaposition between the old and new in these

  • Nick

    That is Tate Britain in London. People were allowed to lay down underneath the one suspended from the ceiling – took a picture of my friend doing it.

    • Lexi

      Nick – I saw this installation when I was in London last Autumn and I must say, it is very impressive and frightening. “Terribly interesting” definitely applies. I’d like to see a video of how they installed the plane hanging from the ceiling, or how they even got them into he museum.

  • Nick

    There might be a film on here: http://channel.tate.org.uk/ the Tate are pretty good for putting films out on their shows.





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