Elements of art installations, which range from a massive real-time, one year long projection in Canary Wharf Underground station, to portraits of young people from areas local to the Jubilee line, are displayed at City Hall.
This will give visitors a taste of the types of artworks they can expect to find on the London Underground over the coming months.
The works have been commissioned by Art on the Underground, London Underground's art programme, from six contemporary artists: Nadia Bettega, John Gerrard, Dryden Goodwin, Richard Long, Daria Martin and Matt Stokes and from Goldsmiths MFA Art Writing Students.
The artists were asked to respond to ideas around the concept of time from a number of perspectives: looking back at the history of the Tube, the way that it has expanded to respond to the changing shape of the city and population growth; and to think about passengers' experience of travel, with a Tube journey giving them time to drift into imaginary worlds and take a mental break from their daily commute.
Art on the Underground offers a source of inspiration for this mental journey, as one passenger, said: "It takes you away from your day to day world and delivers you to another, to your imagination…"
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