Take time out with our Traces of Traces art

In need of a moment of tranquility? Why not call to the lobby of Exchange House to see Traces of Traces, our latest installation by Rosie Leventon, as part of our Urban Eden season. Allow your mind and body to be drawn into the nurturing form offered by this shimmering glass sculpture...

About Traces of Traces
Demonstrating Rosie’s ongoing preoccupation with found and recycled materials and also her innovative methods of working Traces of Traces was commissioned by the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich. Fabricated from recycled glass and steel, the piece echoes not only a boat form, but also that of a hammock, providing a sense of relaxation and encouraging the viewer to rest in order to re-energize.

About the artist
Working with indoor and outdoor spaces, Leventon’s practice reflects contemporary issues and displays a strong interest in vernacular architecture, archaeology and green concerns. Her site-specific UK commissions can be seen at the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Woods in Leicestershire, at Clifton Country Park near Manchester and at Kings Wood, Challock in Kent. She has undertaken a recent residency period for Vistabella Land Art in Spain, and plans for 2017 include a three location exhibition of sculpture in Italy. A member of the Royal British Society of Sculptors, Rosie studied at Central St Martins in London and her studio practice is based in Kilburn. Leventon welcomes commissions and for more details about her work visit rosieleventon.com.

This artwork is clearly visible from the walkways surrounding the ground floor atrium of Exchange House. If you’d like to look more closely at the artwork inside the building, to ensure ease of access on arrival, please confirm your visit by email to our art curator, Rosie Glenn rg@rosieglennfineart.co.uk.

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Other art to see at Broadgate

Natural Histories by Tracey Bush (until 30th May at 201 Bishopsgate) - delicate and subtle plant studies, artist's books and cut-paper pieces which reference traditions of botanicals and herbariums.

Capturing London by Julie Leonard (until 1st September at Broadgate Tower) - a series of artworks featuring cityscapes, landscapes and portraits on prints taken from drawings done in situ by Julie on her iPad or iPhone of the local area.

Nourishment by Anthony Turner (until 27th May at Broadgate Tower) - evocative stone carving inspired by nature.