The Fourth Plinth
The Fourth Plinth is in the north-west of Trafalgar Square, in central London. Built in 1841, it was originally intended for an equestrian statue but was empty for many years. It is now the location for specially commissioned artworks. Antony Gormley shares his ambition above.
The plan is it create "a living portrait of the UK now", by having people perform on the plinth for an hour apiece - 24 hours a day - for a 100 days. They even have a name - Plinthers.
One and Other
The project has a web site - One and Other- it has all the details on how it all came together, and what is happening.
The web cam.
There is also a live video stream which runs for the full 100 days - click here