Antony Gormley, Flesh, 1990, sculpture in concrete.
This is part of Gormley’s series, Concrete Works, which attempts “to materialise the space of architecture and our place within it.”
It is a cruciform that explores the relationship between the cross and the shape of the body. Gormley used the lost wax process to make this sculpture, which means that there is actually a body shaped cavity inside this cross, not just the impressions of feet and fingers. Although the medium is concrete, there are organic implications in the sculpture. It’s like there are wisps of humanity intimated in its cold exterior.Source: antonygormley.com