Antony Gormley

SPACE TO DRAW, JERWOOD SPACE, LONDON, ENGLAND, 2008

17 January - 10 February 2008

SPACE TO DRAW was a curated exhibition of works from a mixture of emerging and established artists with a previous relationship with Jerwood: Antony Gormley, Neville Gabie, Peter Randall-Page, Michael Shaw, Heather Deedman, Alison Gill, and Paul McDevitt. Most of the artists exhibited are known for their sculpture or site-specific work and drawing is an essential part of their practice.

Antony Gormley's FEELING MATERIAL V (2003) uses wire to draw a figure within a three-dimensional space. The wire forms a matrix of orbits around a void, the density of material surrounding that void describes the contours of a body. Alongside this work, three of Gormley's drawings were exhibited: CLEARING 57 (2007), CLEARING 59 (2007), and CLEARING 60 (2007). 

SPACE TO DRAW, 2008

SPACE TO DRAW, 2008
Installation view, Jerwood Space, London, England 2008
Photograph by Sebastian Lomas

FEELING MATERIAL V, 2003

FEELING MATERIAL V, 2003
4.76 mm square section rolled mild steel wire
210 x 195 x 140 cm
Installation view, Jerwood Space, London, England 2008
Photograph by Sebastian Lomas

CLEARING 60, 2007, CLEARING 57, 2007 and CLEARING 59, 2007

CLEARING 60, 2007, CLEARING 57, 2007 AND CLEARING 59, 2007
Installation view, Jerwood Space, London, England 2008
Photograph by Sebastian Lomas

CLEARING 60, 2007, CLEARING 57, 2007 and CLEARING 59, 2007

CLEARING 60, 2007, CLEARING 57, 2007 AND CLEARING 59, 2007
Installation view, Jerwood Space, London, England 2008
Photograph by Sebastian Lomas