A new public artwork commissioned by Bloomberg Philanthropies and created by artist collective, NOVAK in collaboration with Ed Carter and Hazel Dunn. This immersive installation illuminated the full length of Bloomberg Arcade in the City of London with shape-shifting projections highlighting the impact of human-led climate change on our planet.

On view until 10th January 2020, Imminence was one of a series of Bloomberg Philanthropies-supported public artworks aiming to inspire climate action in cities around the world. Previous works in London have included Ackroyd & Harvey’s Beuys’ Acorns (July 2019) and Olafur Eliasson’s Ice Watch (December 2019).  

Original score performed by Ed Cross (violin), Josephine Montgomery (violin), Chrissie Slater (viola) and Ele Leckie (cello). 

Location: Bloomberg Arcade, London, EC4N 8AR
Dates: 5th December 2019 – 10th January 2020

Times: 4pm-11pm GMT, daily

Free to visit, no ticket required. 

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“Bloomberg Philanthropies believes in the transformative power of public art and its ability to inspire and engage communities. We hope this collaboration with long-standing Bloomberg Philanthropies partner Artichoke will inspire Londoners to take bolder action to address the climate emergency.”

~ Jemma Read, Global Head of Corporate Philanthropy, Bloomberg LP ~

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