The first IHME Project by Pro Arte Foundation Finland, conceived by the British sculptor Antony Gormley and entitled Clay and the Collective Body, attracted active participation from the public. Over 1300 people participated in transforming the core of the artwork, a huge clay cube, during the ten-day working period and as many as 100 people came back several times to continue their work with the clay.
As a result of the transformation of the clay, its own world consisting of thousands of different-sized clay sculptures was born inside the warm and humid inflatable dome. The result of this clay work was seen by almost 4000 people during the four-day exhibition period.
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