View these magical, illuminated tree-like sculptures at Broadgate, London, brightening up our winter mornings and evenings. Light Traces showcases recent work by award-winning artist David Ogle, spread over four locations featuring photography and sculptures made over the last two years.
These tree-like neon sculptures aim to encourage a dream-like experience, Ogle hopes to remove the viewer from their everyday routine and to stop and pause momentarily to consider the environment around them. Take in their vibrant glow and escape for a moment from the hustle and bustle of London.
| Finsbury Avenue Square EC2 & Exchange House Atrium, Primrose Street, London EC2A 2EQ
| Now – Jan 12th
Loomings is part of an ongoing project, where by Ogle uses materials such as smoke and LED lights to trace movement of elements in remote landscapes across Northern England and Wales. Some artworks taking just seconds to form, whilst others lasting several hours. View photographic works of the Loomings Project, produced and curated by Mark Devereux Projects alongside Broadgate’s Art Curator, Rosie Glenn.
| 201 Bishopsgate, Bishopsgate, London, EC2M 3AB
| Liverpool Street Station
| Dec 9th – Jan 6th 2018
Keep your eyes peeled for more of the Light Traces series:
| Regent’s Place: Jan 7th – 27th 2018
| Paddington Central: Jan 28th – Feb 15th 2018