Beneath the sculpture by Turner Prize-winning artist Mark Wallinger entitled "The World Turned Upside Down', new graduates straight after their graduation ceremonies meet family and friends outside the London School of Economics (LSE), on 22nd July 2019, in London, England. 'The World Turned Upside Down' is a large political globe, four metres in diameter, with nation states and borders outlined but with the simple and revolutionary twist of being inverted. Most of the landmasses now lie in the ‘bottom’ hemisphere with the countries and cities re-labelled for this new orientation.

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Beneath the sculpture by Turner Prize-winning artist Mark Wallinger entitled "The World Turned Upside Down', new graduates straight after their graduation ceremonies meet family and friends outside the London School of Economics (LSE), on 22nd July 2019, in London, England. 'The World Turned Upside Down' is a large political globe, four metres in diameter, with nation states and borders outlined but with the simple and revolutionary twist of being inverted. Most of the landmasses now lie in the ‘bottom’ hemisphere with the countries and cities re-labelled for this new orientation.
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Image ID: W4DTBK
Location: London School of Economics, London, England

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