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A permanent display of mosaics based on works by William Blake in Centaur Street, which is near to Hercules Road where Blake lived for ten years until 1800. Made by artists and volunteers at Southbank Mosaics, all are inspired by Blake's Lambeth period. One side of the street has works from 'Songs of Innocence and Experience', the other side from a variety of his other illuminated books and illustrations. Accompanying them is a sound installation of readings of Blake's poetry by local residents, schoolchildren and well-known figures including author Philip Pullman.