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An illuminated choral sculpture by leading artist Es Devlin will be installed outside the Tate Modern opposite St. Paul’s Cathedral. The large-scale public artwork, commissioned by Cartier, proposes that a first step towards protecting the biosphere is to pay detailed attention to its inhabitants: to observe and draw them, to learn their names and remember their stories. The work provides a space for London-based choral groups to perform each evening at sunset within a sliced open scale model of the dome of St Paul’s, teeming with Es Devlin’s pencil drawings of each of the 243 species. Join us to experience and be a part of Come Home Again. The artwork is free and open to the public to view until 30th September, 10:00am to 10:00pm.

At 7pm, Tenebrae will perform an interpretation of Choral Evensong within the illuminated sculpture.