The Quantum Cloud is a contemporary sculpture, designed by Antony Gormley, located next to The O2 in London. The sculpture was commissioned for the site and was completed in 1999.
At 30 m (98 ft) high, it is Gormley's tallest sculpture to date (taller than the Angel of the North). It is constructed from a collection of tetrahedral units made from 1.5 m (4 ft 11 in) long sections of steel. The steel sections were arranged using a computer model with a random walk algorithm starting from points on the surface of an enlarged figure based on Gormley's body that forms a residual outline at the centre of the sculpture.
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Alan Clarke | Apr 19, 2018
Huge modern art sculpture along the Thames path
mike curtis | Mar 12, 2017
Can you see the figure. Shortsighted people have the advantage for once it seems.
Michail Dzigajev | Sep 5, 2016
A nice decorative feature.
Laura Tomàs Avellana | Jun 19, 2017
Escultura de la primera parte del paseo THE LINE. Espectacular! Una de mis favoritas, sin duda!
Luis Rodríguez | May 8, 2017
Una de las esculturas del proyecto The Line, esta de Antony Gormley, con figuras tetraédricas, y situada en la península de Greenwich, muy cerca del O2 Arena. Es muy curiosa, aunque se ve un poco de lejos ya que queda cerca del embarcadero de los ferries y a no ser que subas, no se puede pasar.
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