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‘I’ is the height of a man

Mark Wallingeris one of the five shortlisted artists for the Chichester Cathedral artwork commission, based on the theme ofthe resurrected Christ. He talks to Rebecca Paveley about his ideas

MARK WALLINGER, the Turner Prize-winning artist, has been shortlisted for a number of com­missions recently. The process could be described a kind of “artistic X Factor”, in which artists are invited to submit their proposals to a panel of judges, which then picks a winner.

He has had some good results: most recently, he was selected to create England’s largest public-art commission at Ebbsfleet, “gateway to London”, marking the site where Euro­star trains trundle in ...

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