Antony Gormley, Clearing V, 2009
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Related, Diana Lueken, Woodstrips

Antony Gormley, Clearing V, 2009

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Related, Diana Lueken, Woodstrips


Antony Gormley. Horizon Field (installation view). 2012.
Currently at Deichtorhallen, Hamburg/Germany.
Ira wrote: ”I just visited the exhibition this afternoon with my younger sister. Very nice & free! You have to take off your shoes if you want to step on Gormley’s huge plateau (weight: 67 tons). When you’re up there the whole room suddenly appears in a different way. The shiny black ground of the plateau reflects everything, especially the building itself, which creates this abstract impression. You can also make that thing swing from one corner to the other when you find more than ten people to help… that’s a nice experience.”

Antony Gormley. Horizon Field (installation view). 2012.

Currently at Deichtorhallen, Hamburg/Germany.

Ira wrote: ”I just visited the exhibition this afternoon with my younger sister. Very nice & free! You have to take off your shoes if you want to step on Gormley’s huge plateau (weight: 67 tons). When you’re up there the whole room suddenly appears in a different way. The shiny black ground of the plateau reflects everything, especially the building itself, which creates this abstract impression. You can also make that thing swing from one corner to the other when you find more than ten people to help… that’s a nice experience.”

Antony Gormley Firmament IV, 2010
Which seems like the angular antithesis to Air-Port-City by Tomás Saraceno

Antony Gormley Firmament IV, 2010

Which seems like the angular antithesis to Air-Port-City by Tomás Saraceno