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Beauty in Chromolocomotion

— September 2014

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David Batchelor in front of part of Chromolocomotion at St Pancras International railway station, London.  © HS1 Ltd

David Batchelor, creator of Chromolocomotion at London’s St Pancras International railway station, talks to Sue Ward

London’s St Pancras International Station boasts one of Europe’s bravest public art programmes, which sees the very best in contemporary art suspended from its enormous (243ft wide x 100ft high) Barlow shed. Now station workers and passengers have been basking underneath a bright rainbow of colour. David Batchelor’s Tetris-like creation, Chromolocomotion, is...

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