Had two great days off: yesterday caught up with all the paper work. Today over a lovely capuccio caught up on old copies of New Scientist (there was a great article on value of accepting uncertainty).
Then went into town to see the brilliant Antony Gormley exhibition at the Hayward Gallery. Highlights included:
- Allotment: the hundreds of concrete blocks of different sizes, like a post modern concrete terracotta army
- Space Station: huge complex & challenging
- Blind Light: <50 cm visibility white-out inside a box inside a gallery - spooky (glasses really are no good but managed to navigate from one end to other by dead reckoning)
- Event Horizon: whereby the exhibition doesn't stop at the extent of the Gallery but extends out into London with statues dotted over buildings as far as the eye can see
Really worth a visit - but hurry, its the last 2 weeks!
Now going to have a drink, watch the sunset and read a book :)