I visited the Marble Arch Mound in August this year, and found myself thoroughly underwhelmed by it.
Even as a free attraction there was little to recommend it, with the climb to the top being rewarded with some deeply unspectacular views.
However, it’s now become a place I would definitely suggest putting on your to-do list, with the addition of an exhibition space below the Mound showcasing some fantastic light sculptures.
Called Lightfield, the immersive installation by British sculptor Anthony James is a joy to interact with, with each illuminated box giving the impression of being infinitely tall, wide and deep.
This is the first time Anthony James has created an infinity room with his artworks. Exploring a cosmos of harmony and symmetry, 12 Transmorphic Cubes formed from stainless steel, specialised glass and LED lights will be digitally transformed into an ever-changing mesmerising universe.
When grouped together, the sculptures explore the concept of infinity and transports visitors into the future and beyond, forcing them to look deep inside the glass cases while interacting with the mirrored reflections and lights.
Visit the Mound
Free tickets are available here.