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Sir,
In one, “stark, geometric volumes replace the human structure of bone, muscle tissue and skin.” In the other, “despite the extreme distraction of form, the nely-tuned proportions trigger our recognition of a human presence lying at rest.” (From Antony Gormley Royal Academy exhibition notes). Which is which? You decide.
MARTIN O’DONNELL
Maidenhead


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