Stillness, Movement, Space

Noble, Richard. 2018. Stillness, Movement, Space. In: , ed. Antony Gormley - Still Moving. Shanghai: The Long Museum, pp. 15-28. ISBN 978-7-5479-1707-7 [Book Section]

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An article about the exhibition "Still Moving" by Antony Gormley at the Long Museum, Shanghai, China. The text explores the question of how Gormley develops a non-figurative (in the sense of non-representational) use of the figure in his sculpture. It examines Gormley's attempt to create body form sculptures as sites of phenomenological interaction between bodies, spaces and subjectivities, arguing that the body form can become an architectural form that provides a powerful catalyst for self-interpretation.

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Art > Curating Architecture (2006-2008)


22 October 2018Published

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13 Nov 2018 16:37

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29 Apr 2020 16:59


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