Mark Wallinger’s Mirrored TARDIS [Pics]

Facebook fan Joe Adams brought this awesomeness to our attention (thanks, Joe!)–it’s a life-sized mirrored replica of the TARDIS, and depending on the viewing angle, it can nearly disappear into its surroundings. Mark Wallinger, he creator of “Time and Relative Dimensions in Space 2001,? the piece’s official title, says:

“I have always been interested in how we define and are defined by thresholds and boundaries, the events of history. The works in the exhibition use illusion, artifice and dislocating devices to look at our accidental time and place in the world afresh.”

Wallinger’s TARDIS was exhibited at The Hayward Gallery in February, 2009.





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