Photo: Matt Gorecki. Used under licence.
Antony Gormley’s Field.
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some of those little people were fired in my kiln.
Was really interested to see your comment.
I’m a mature student writing my BA Fine ARt dissertation on artworks with public participation/collaboration and I wondered if you could tell me anything about the experience from your point of view?
No way! That’s cool!
I love them – they’re hypnotic in a scary kinda way!
having only just seen the field in the Spanish Barn in Torquay I was really moved, the whole collective aspect and, being a painter and maker of ceramic masks appreciating the immense logistical effort it must have taken to put on………..incredibly moving!!!!
Wow these are really cool to look at.
I’ve thought about making some of my own.
We’re making them in class atm, hoping to get as many as we can and do the same, but it’s doubtful that i wouldn be aloud to do such thing in class.
But yes this is amazing.
i love this, currently i am doing an AS level course at college in Photography and fr my final piece i went out and bought thousands of jelly teddy bears and set them up taking over a classroom like and invasion and it was inspired by Antony Gormeys “Field” 🙂
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