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There's a floating art installation on the Thames

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Isabelle Aron
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London isn't exactly short on art exhibitions and installations, but most of them are indoors or at least on dry land. Not this one, though. Chinese artist Xiang Yang has created a floating architectural installation that's been transported by shipping container from China to London and after making its way under Tower Bridge, the artwork has now dropped anchor at the west basin at St Katharine Docks. ‘Ultra Architecture’ is made from antique cabinets, wardrobes and doors that have been taken apart and rebuilt to create an open space where visitors can go inside and explore.

‘Ultra Architecture’ is on show until October 28 at St Katharine Docks, E1W 1LA.

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