Antony Gormley: Inside Australia

Antony Gormley: Inside Australia
Thames & Hudson
Anthony Gormley Gormley electronically scanned all 51 inhabitants of Menzies in Western Australia and transformed their images into metallic statues, which he then installed by a remote salt lake. Photographs, maps and drawings present the creative process in detail.

Antony Gormley
Since the early 1980s, Antony Gormley has used his own body to make sculptures that explore the human experience of being in the world. He is perhaps best known for his monumental sculpture in Gateshead, The Angel of the North. He won the Turner Prize in 1994 and his work has been exhibited extensively worldwide
Picture editing
The photographs were edited down from a collection of 2,000 transparencies.
Hauntingly beautiful. The Sunday Times

Picture editing. Design. Typography. Layout.

Hardback cover with 4-colour jacket. 176pp. 4-colour throughout.

Thames & Hudson.
The book’s centrepiece is a 360-degree photographic panorama of Gormley’s figures extending over 14 pages.
Paper stocks
Uncoated paper was used for Gormley’s sketchbook section

Published by Thames & Hudson
ISBN 10: 0500512620/ISBN 13: 978-0500512623. Also available in paperback.