I had an hour to spare in London so I completed my usual pilgrimage to the Tate Modern. Doris Salcedo’s ‘Shibboleth’ in the huge Turbine Hall looks at first like an empty room in between installations. And then you notice the crack in the floor and you are drawn into it .
I came in at opening time and got to take some pictures before the crowds came. You can see the scale of this installation by the size of the man. And this is only part of the crack.
According to one interpretation, Salcedo’s huge crack in the floor represents the gap between white Europeans and the rest of the world. I suppose my suitcase on the crack is a picture of my effort to bring God’s healing reconciliation to that crack as I travel around Europe and beyond. Thats why I have chosen it as my banner for this month. And because it looks really cool.