Labyrinth: Will Self and Mark WallingerTuesday 30 September 2014, 6 p.m. · 50 minutes
In what may well be the largest work of public art in history, Turner prize-winner Mark Wallinger placed a uniquely designed labyrinth in each of London's 270 Underground stations. The project was commissioned to mark the 150th anniversary of London Underground. His extraordinary art-work is documented in Labyrinth: A Journey Through London’s Underground, published by Art / Books in association with Art on the Underground and with contributions from Christian Wolmar, Marina Warner and Will Self.
Mark Wallinger came to the Bookshop to talk about the project with Will Self.