The distinctive style of Julian Opie's sculptures, paintings and films is known throughout the world. Always exploring different techniques both cutting edge and acient, he plays with ways of seeing through reinterpreting the vocabulary of everyday life.
In this new work Crowd.4., created especially for the Eden Project, a small group of people walk together but remain independent - creating a monument of a crowd or a flock.
Opie writes, 'Walking is the most natural and commonly seen form of human movement and also what makes us different from most other animals. An individual's gait, is particular and as revealing as your handwrirting or voice'.