Superposition: physicists and artists in conversation

A subterranean venue is found

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We are delighted to share that Lyndall's finished artwork will be presented underground in the two Ice Wells beneath the London Canal Museum.

These extraordinary spaces measure about 10 metres each in diameter and were built around 1860 to store ice imported from Norway. They can only be accessed via ladders and wearing hardhats.

Lyndall plans to fill one of the wells with a large suspended installation ....we are looking forward to seeing how it develops.

Annabel Lucas, Curator

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