The Fourth Plinth

July 8, 2009

Plinth

the fourth plinth

I wandered through Leicester Square yesterday to take a look at the fourth plinth. For a hundred days the plinth will have a person on it. A different person every hour. That’s 2400 people. Here you can see one of them… if you look closely.

The art project is called One and Other. It’s by… well… 2400 different people. But the man behind it all is Anthony Gormley; the man who gave us the Angel of the North and the Peckham bollards. You can watch all the action live here 24 hours a day for the next 100 days.

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2 Responses to “The Fourth Plinth”

  1. joseph said

    Plinth.. much funnier than borrovan.

  2. Andrea said

    so who was on the plinth when you were there? and what were they doing? and what did you think of it?

    and far more importantly: what would you do on the plinth? I think you should have a poll*… 😉

    (*on the blog here. not carry a pole on the plinth.)

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