Reflections on Some Public Contemporary Art Pieces in London

Laura of London spends two of her one-hour lunch breaks hunting public contemporary art works in the city.

Challenge: Public Contemporary Art

Lunch breaks taken: 2/5

Rating: Enchanting

I have fallen back in love with lunch breaks! Not that I was ever out of love with them, but the past couple of months of busy-ness and subsequently no midday time away from my desk meant that I had gotten used to being a bit lazy. There’s definitely a cosy satisfaction to spending all day at your desk, even though you know it makes you feel drained and heavy by the end of the day. I guess it’s a bit like staying in your pyjamas all weekend: you feel slightly gross, but at the same time self-indulgent.

Because of this, it took me a few weeks to shake off the sluggishness and motivate myself to actually get away from my desk. I undertook the last couple of challenges with a slightly lacklustre approach, not really engaging with them with…

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3 thoughts on “Reflections on Some Public Contemporary Art Pieces in London

  1. Mira Tudor, Thank you for the information and the link. In particular, Idee di pietra and Laura respectively convey unsolved mysteries and insight meditation. Sculptures, such as the Picasso in Chicago, Illinois, represent oases of inspiration when they’re done and placed well.

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