Today, at 5:30am, St Pancras International station and the Royal Academy of Arts revealed this year’s highly anticipated Terrace Wires installation, One More Time, 2015, by leading British artist Cornelia Parker RA. One More Time is the first artwork in the recently announced partnership between HS1 Ltd. (owners of St Pancras International station) and the Royal Academy of Arts to develop Terrace Wires. Terrace Wires is the fourth leg of London’s rotational public art spaces, alongside the Fourth Plinth, Serpentine Gallery and the Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall and offers 48 million travellers each year the chance to experience the latest contemporary art as they pass through the station. Suspended from the Grade 1 listed Barlow Shed roof, One More Time is a working replica of the station’s iconic DENT London clock, reversed out in black with white hands and numerals and silver detail.

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