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Circles of Light

In large windows that lie at either side of the junction of Montague Street and Rotunda, which skirts around the Museum of London and over which the massive, brutalist Barbican looms, are two beautiful  twin light circles, designed by artists Rob and Nick Carter. Though this is not a particularly prepossessing site after night falls, it has been re-enchanted by these ‘Spectrum Circles’, radiant, ever-changing concentric neon rings that reanimate this site of busy traffic, drawing in pedestrians to gaze at the shifting, rhythmic medley of colour.

circle 2photographs by Nadia Bartolini (thanks Nadia!)circle3

January 16th, 2015 - 16:11pm

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