Mark Wallinger, whose Time and Relative Dimensions in Space, is seen here, won The Turner Prize in 2007. Courtesy Anthony Reynolds Gallery © the artist 2009.
This work is part of an exhibition in Swansea called The Russian Linesman, curated by Mark Wallinger. It was inspired by a decision in the 1966 world cup final. Above is Joanna Kane's picture of a life mask of William Blake, 1757-1827.
This continuous profile (Head of Mussolini) (1933) is by the Sicilian futurist Renato Giuseppe Bertelli. It shows the fascist leader's distinctive profile at 360 degrees. Imperial War Museum © Renato Bertelli 2009.
This Roman herm (a square pillar often used as a boundary marker) shows Dionysos, god of wine, the dead and immortality and his bearded tutor and friend, Silenus. who was an elderly drunk with a gift for prophecy when drinking!
This Francis Oakes work is Single Glass Klein bottle. By joining two twisted loops with a surface on one side (a Mobius strip) a single-sided bottle is formed which contains its inside and outside. © Science Museum / Science and Society Picture Library.
The Dying Gaul (1822) is a cast of a Roman marble sculpture, which was itself a copy of a Greek bronze. Picture by John McGregor.
Amie Siegel's Berlin Remake, in which scenes from old East German films are juxtaposed with her recreations. Two channel video installation - courtesy of the artist. The Russian Linesman is at the Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea until 20 September, 2009.