Saturday, 22 May 2010

Bodies on the roof

My friend Susannah and I went to the Antony Gormley exhibition yesterday at the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill. We went twice, once in the morning and once in the afternoon. 'But why?' I hear you cry. Well, the exhibition is on the roof, so we wanted to see it in different lights. The roof of the Pavilion is an amazing venue, with the sea providing a beautiful backdrop. The exhibit was unusual and had the sun not been so bright and the sky not been so blue, it may have been eery. As it was, it was bizarre but interesting to be surrounded by casts of the artist in various postures.

Other things that happened yesterday: An entire, lovely day spent with a new friend (aces); an extremely low flyby from a military helicopter; impressive sunburn; a laryngitis diagnosis (rubbish).


  1. The exhibition looks brilliant, Sarah! :-)

  2. Love the look of the exhibition and think it's clever you thought to go when the light was different. I wouldn't have thought of that.

    Hope the laryngitis clears up soon.