Airplane Installation in Tate Britain Modern Art Museum by Fiona Banner
It is not everyday you walk into a building and see an enormous plane crashing into the floor. English artist Fiona Banner thought of adding a unique touch to the galleries of Britain Tate Modern Art Museum and created an installation that dazzles the mind. The official name of the project is Harriet and Jaguar, two plane models that were used in putting the installation together. According to Technabob, the two models were bought by Fiona for an undisclosed sum and were further modified in order to be exhibited in Tate Britain. The Sepecat Jaguar XZ118 was reconditioned and polished, so that viewers can see their reflection. It is positioned on the floor, reminding one of a wounded bird. The Harrier (first photos of the the post) was placed vertically, ensuring a strong visual effect. What is your stand on modern art installations?