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Mark Wallinger installs mirrored ‘Tardis’ at The Hayward

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Fresh from the announcement that his 50-metre white horse will grace a hilltop at Ebbsfleet, Mark Wallinger was on the South Bank on Wednesday for the installation of his new exhibition.

Mark Wallinger at The Hayward
Mark Wallinger at The Hayward
Mark Wallinger at The Hayward

Mark Wallinger curates: The Russian Linesman opens next week at The Hayward ahead of a tour to Leeds and Swansea.

The show's title and its themes of frontiers, boundaries and thresholds have been inspired by the story of the Russian linesman whose controversial ruling in the 1966 World Cup final between England and Germany changed the course of football history.

The mirrored 'Tardis', entitled Time and relative dimensions in space, was first shown at the Venice Biennale in 2001.

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