Most architects wouldn’t want artist Cornelia Parker anywhere near their buildings. She is best known for her idea of an exploded view: The Turner Prize-shortlisted results hang in Tate Modern. Now the RIBA is showing her work Subconciousness of a Monument, a beautiful suspension of the dry earth that once ...
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