John and I loved Phyllida Barlow's installation, dock, in the central courtyard of the Tate Britain.
We kept getting glimpses of dock throughout the galleries of British art that surround it.
It was the Tate Britain Commission for 2014 and Ms Barlow certainly delivered.
The piece seemed to be both monumental and in a state of collapse.
and at the same time gorgeous.
It was apparently inspired by the Tate Britain's location next to the River Thames.
Where do great site-specific works go after they've been shown?