Doris Salcedo “Shibboleth” Tate modern - Turbine hall 2007 - I'm including this in "Public Art" because it was so accessible and the Tate Modern is a free museum to visit, apart from special exhibitions!
"Shibboleth" Doris Salcedo 2007 Artist's statement: "It represents borders, the experience of immigrants, the experience of segregation, the experience of racial hatred. It is the experience of a Third World person coming into the heart of Europe.
Doris Salcedo (Colombian, b. Salcedo—who lives and works in Bogotá. The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago presents the first retrospective of the work of renowned sculptor who works on sociopolitical concerns
Doris Salcedo uses commonplace materials to create powerful works that address the importance of remembrance and mourning. Discover through videos, images, and texts the methods and ideas that have shaped the artist’s major bodies of work.