This is mine and Andy's shadows at night in Whitby, overlooking the sheep field. I don't think you can see how huge the shadows were. The little white blob in the picture is a sheep so that shows the scale a little! Shadows of beautiful Whitby jet necklaces in the museum.
The last four photos are from an exhibition at the Hayward Gallery on the Southbank a couple of years ago. It was called 'Blind Light' and was lots of Antony Gormley people placed around the local area-mainly on roof tops but also on the street. It was a fun exhibition-I loved spotting the more distant people. I think I may be wrong about the name-I seem to remember 'Event Horizon' also. The blind light bit refers to a perspex room filled with fog and light. I queued for 20 minutes to get in, watching people as they felt their way around the outside wall.(You could not see them beyond that) When it was my turn I got in there-panicked and came straight out again! I couldn't breathe-it was like a giant nightmare steam room. Blind Panic was my name for it!