The latest installation at the Tate Modern Turbine Hall is Doris Salcedo’s Shibboleth, a long concrete crack that widens as it runs the length of the floor of the hall. Apparently, the crack shows a ‘colonial and imperial history that has been disregarded, marginalised or simply obliterated.
Hugely noisy and hugely busy, the crack experience becomes somehow hugely addictive, as an enjoyable way to watch the tectonic movements of mankind.
Report Liz Helman
Doris Salcedo "Shibboleth"