Words and picture by the London-based artist Natalie d’Arbeloff, who wrote:
I took the photo on London’s South Bank. It shows the roof of the Hayward Gallery on which is standing one of the Anthony Gormley life-size statues (casts of his own body) which were set up in various locations during his exhibition at the Hayward last year. I added the words only today [Sept. 6th]. The image seems to me to represent solitude in a strong and affirmative way.