Between You and I
This is the title of an installation piece at the Singapore Biennale.
It is wrong because, after a preposition (in this case between), we need to use the object form of a pronoun. Hence: Between You and Me.
This appears to be a case of hypercorrection — speakers being only vaguely aware of rules, and misapplying them in an attempt to be more ‘correct’.
In this case, the ‘rule’ appears to be teachers telling pupils never to say, for example, Me and Sharon are coming to the party, but to say Sharon and I instead because, in subject position, we need a subject pronoun (for this reason we don’t say *Me am coming to the party).
This error brings to mind the saying, ‘A little knowledge is a dangerous thing’.
(Incidentally this error is very common in Britain and in the United States, but not in Singapore.)