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‘The Garden of Floating Words’ is a neon poem that appears to be floating in the darkness from within the foliage of the garden planter. During the daytime, the words are revealed to be on tall rectangular clear acrylic stands, their structure echoing the tall glass buildings surrounding the garden space, but at night the words alone become the main feature. Using neon, a light source traditionally associated with the city, Artesero creates something ephemeral to make a space for quiet contemplation within the busy complex.

70 St Mary Axe, EC3A 8BE

The Garden of Floating Words is part of Sculpture in the City 2021

The Garden of Floating Words: Elisa Artesero
Image: Courtesy the artist. Photo: © Nick Turpin

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Admission / Cost FREE
Organiser Sculpture in the City

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