Antony Gormley

EXTENDED BLOCKWORKS, 2010 - 2012

The EXTENDED BLOCKWORKS extend the blocker volumes in three axes towards the context of the built world. They attempt to extend emotion through formal means.

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KNOT II, 2010

KNOT II, 2010
Cast iron
129.5 x 197 x 126 cm
770 Kg
Photograph by Stephen White, London

SPREAD

SPREAD, 2010
Cast iron
87.6 x 309.4 x 106.4 cm
Photograph by Stephen White, London

SIGN

SIGN, 2010
Cast iron
265.6 x 201.4 x 161.9 cm
Photograph by Stephen White, London

BUTT, 2010

BUTT, 2010
Grey iron
182.7 x 48 x 78.3 cm
Photograph by Stephen White, London

SHOW, 2010

SHOW, 2010
Grey iron
253.9 x 175.9 x 204.1 cm
Photograph by Stephen White, London

SPRAWL

SPRAWL, 2010
Cast iron
66.3 x 263 x 202.8 cm
Photograph by Stephen White, London

KNOT, 2010

KNOT, 2010
Grey iron
129.9 x 196.7 x 129.7 cm
Photograph by Stephen White, London

IMPLEMENT, 2010

IMPLEMENT, 2010
Grey iron
140.8 x 164 x 45.2 cm
Photograph by Stephen White, London

BUNCH, 2010

BUNCH, 2010
Grey iron
183 x 242 x 48.8 cm
Photograph by Stephen White, London

PROJECT, 2010

PROJECT, 2010
Grey iron
339.4 x 38.4 x 45.5 cm
Photograph by Stephen White, London

BURST II, 2010

BURST II, 2010
Cast iron
350 x 250.3 x 81.4 cm
Installation Blickachsen 9, Bad Homburg, Germany
Courtesy Stiftung Blickachsen gGMBH

POLE

POLE, 2010
Cast iron
350 x 129.9 x 31.8 cm
Photograph by Stephen White, London

BURST

BURST, 2010
Cast iron
456.9 x 164.3 x 81.4cm
Photograph by Stephen White, London

EXTEND

EXTEND, 2011
Cast Iron
348.5 x 227.5 x 159.1 cm
Photograph by Stephen White, London

HINGE

HINGE, 2011
Cast iron
192 x 264.5 x 102.5 cm
Installation Weil Gotshal & Manges, London
Photograph by Stephen White, London

MARK, 2012

MARK, 2012
Cast iron
599.5 x 255 x 276.5 cm
Installation view White Cube Bermondsey, London, England, 2012
Photograph by Benjamin Westoby

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