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Exposure is one of Had-Fab’s most unique and iconic pieces of work, and showcases just what the we are capable of. Comissioned by artist Antony Gormley, Exposure takes the form of a crouching man, weighing over 60 tonnes. The team at Had-Fab had to overcome many challenges to make this project a reality, but in 2010 it was finally completed and the structure now stands in Lelystad, in the Netherlands.
Exposure attracted a lot of attention both locally, and in the media. We carried out a full check-erection at our East Lothian premises – creating quite a talking point on the local landscape – to prove the design before it was shipped in pieces to the Netherlands. Below are photos of Exposure both during its construction and once completed; as well as press coverage of the structure throughout its construction. Videos about various aspects of the Exposure project can be found here.
Exposure in the Press:
Lelystad local web site:
The Sunday Times (June 7, 2010): How Gormley’s latest work is very big news
Omroep Flevoland (June 2,2010): Lelystad Advies: De Hurkende Man uitlichten
Omroep Flevoland (March 10, 2009): FlevolandLandschapskunstwerk pas later klaar 10-03-2009
East Lothian Courier (May 20th, 2010): Crouching man shows his metal