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'Clean Power' by Morag Myerscough

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Brighter Future

Art of London Season: Brighter Future continues with a new addition to the vibrant art trail with 'Clean Power' by Morag Myerscough!

'Clean Power' a vibrant new sculpture, designed and created by renowned artist and designer Morag Myerscough has launched in Piccadilly Circus. The eye-catching installation showcases Morag's signature style - bold, colourful and optimistic tying in perfectly to the of a 'Brighter Future' for Art of London Season 2022. The vibrant piece will be on display from 1st to the 6th of September.

Morag's artwork is the latest addition to the Brighter Future public art trail, which aims to represent optimism, progressiveness and a collective determination to building a brighter and better future through marriage of colour and media. 'Clean Power' sits alongside the works of Brighter Future winning artists Fiona Quadri, Zarah Hussain and Sam Williams. The Brighter Future art trail also comprises of Harry Hill's Alien Art Adventure and Royal Academician Paul Huxley's Piccadilly Art Flags.

Clean Power

The colourful piece incorporates hand-painted panels stating ‘CLEAN POWER’, alongside the elements ‘SUN’, ‘SEA’ and ‘AIR’, which help the generation of clean power, in a way to creatively and positively urge people to support renewables and transition away from fossil fuels, and encapsulate the purpose of ‘Brighter Future. In partnership with Landsec, a bespoke animation created by Morag Myerscough and Robert Walker brings a carnival of colour to the iconic Piccadilly Lights.

Clean Power has partnered with artist Morag Myerscough to transform the streets with public art initiatives, inspiring others to go green. The Piccadilly Circus sculpture becomes the second Clean Power artwork to feature across the West End, joining the colourful flags on Oxford Street.

Event Info

Date & Time

September 01 - August 06


Piccadilly Circus, London, UK

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