With the 2016 Conference of the Society well under way at Liverpool, members of the Society constructed an analemmatic dial using one of Sir Anthony Gormley’s life-size sculptures on Crosby beech. Accurately laid out to tell the time year round, sadly the sun didn’t shine and the tide ensure it has a limited life!


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One Response to “Conference 2016: Analemmatic Dial on Crosby Beach”

  1. Alastair Hunter

    Terrific installation art. Solidity of human form side by side with frailty of human design. Man sweeps away the sands searching for time that the tides will sweep away even before the sun shines. You should send this over to Tate Liverpool, try it!


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