Body as House of the Mind – Antony Gormley

Marina Cashdan
Oct 23, 2012 9:59PM

"I couldn’t make the work without having studied meditation quite seriously in the 1970s. It teaches you how to be still — just being and not doing...There are always implied narratives, or implied notions of desire or idealization. I’ve tried to avoid all of those things. And I think that, in many senses, in the abstract body in early Gupta and Indian sculpture, the body is a kind of house of the mind. I quite like that as an idea." — Antony Gormley

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Marina Cashdan
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