A wondrous new art installation at Broadgate

This autumn sees the arrival of a fascinating and innovative new addition to Broadgate’s world-famous public realm art trail.

LOOM by UK-based artist Ronan Devlin and Swiss creative coder Michael Flückiger celebrates east London’s textile-based heritage with an electronic fabric which unfolds in response to individuals passing through 3 Broadgate (the location of Redemption Roasters just between Broadgate Circle and Finsbury Avenue Square).

Running daily from 6am to midnight and designed by lighting experts Speirs & Major and curated by Rosie Glenn, see how LOOM responds to people’s movement and becomes increasingly more luminous as the day draws to an end and night falls.

Where to find LOOM

Sat between Liverpool Street Station and Moorgate, Broadgate offers some of London’s best street food, bars and restaurants, plus a public art trail, so while you’re here, make sure you explore. 

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