Thursday 26 August 2010

Fighter Jets at Tate Britain

The Jet Fighters have been stripped to reveal a mirrored, metallic surface. This is a Jaguar Lying belly-up on the floor its suggests at a submissive animal. It's shines like a polished mirror showing the audience their own reactions.
When you arrive at Tate Britain you are faced with the striking image of a Harrier fighter jet hanging from it's tail-fin. Artist Fiona Banner claims that this is intended to convey the intensity of a bird of prey trapped.

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