I realise the crack in my nether regions is to stop me sliding off plastic benches sideways with ease..young Ivanhoe..:-) stops the carpet burns to!
The Crack was inside the long hall near the community film cinema James. I overheard some people talking about the cracks meaning the destruction of the fabric of society, I thought society was not all it was cracked up to be in that case!
It may well have been called something else apart from The Crack, but's that what it was to me!
Yes, I am familiar with the crack in the Turbine Hall - I was wondering whereabouts the structure described by diogenes3 is - there is grass on both sides of the Tate - it depends what he regards as the front of the gallery.
The crack is all about borders, fractured society and immigration. It is also the best opportunity EVER for dirty jokes in the Carry On tradition. Its even better if you assume ownership of the crack so that it becomes 'my crack' or 'your crack'. e.g. "Can you take a pictre of my .... " ; "Can I put my finger in your ...... "
The big structure is taking shape on the grass lawn between the gallery and the river (directly in front of the ground floor cafe). It is huge, about the same size as the pavilions that go up in front of the Serpentine Gallery.
Finally, I went to the Louise Bourgeois exhibition on Sunday. This weekend is the final one before closing and if you have not been I really recommend it. I was a bit sceptical before going but was blown away and intend to go again before it closes.