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Mud + water = reflection

HOST is a piece that Gormley initial created in 1991, in a disused US jail in Charleston, using mud and seawater from the harbour. At the 2019 exhibition in London, the piece was recreated by flooding one of the rooms in the Royal Academy with seawater, and adding clay from Buckinghamshire.

A door and its reflection, by Antony Gormley
“HOST” by Antony Gormley, Royal Academy, London, November 2019
HOST, A door and its reflection in mud and water, by Antony Gormley


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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 29 May 2020

Posted as part of Weekend Reflection

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