On this version of Arts24, Eve Jackson speaks to one of the vital standard and accoladed artists in the United Kingdom and past. Antony Gormley’s sculptures are easy and obtainable and scattered world wide, from towns to beaches. His 20-metre-high “Angel of the North” has for 20 years gazed down upon 33 million annually passersby in North East England and his set up of 40,000 tiny clay figures “Box for the British Isles” gained him the arena’s most sensible artwork award, the Turner Prize, in 1994. The artist is in Paris for a display on the Rodin Museum known as Essential Mass. He talks in regards to the necessity of sculpture within the virtual age, how he tries to make eco-conscious paintings and his ideas about being a white, male, Cambridge-educated a hit artist in 2023.