exposure

29Sep11

This 25.5m high sculpture in Lelystad, Holland was designed by Antony Gormly. His statement for Exposure tells us that he was interested in the way a still sculpture reacts to a moving world – namely, the rising sea level as a result of global warming is expected to gradually bury the sculpture. I suspect that this reaction Gormly speaks of could also include typical weathering of the materials too. The work has resided in Holland for a year now, so I am curious to see if it has shown any notable signs of this relation. via. content via.

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