Last week I went to Antony Gormley's exhibition 'Model' at White Cube, Bermondsey. It's amazing stuff, there's all of these small models made out of cubes of metal that when you look closely, you realise are little bodies. Sometimes they have their hands behind their back, sometimes they're lying down, you can almost see that some of them are relaxed, even though they're made out of metal. Then in the main room there's this huge structure, which is shown in the photograph, and you have to sign a disclaimer before entering to say if you die of a heart attack it's not the gallery's fault. There's this tiny little entrance at the far end of the structure with a series of tunnels inside, it's like a big metal maze with hardly any light. It is pretty claustrophobic and scary, but it's Antony Gormley playing with your emotions and your fear. It's worth a visit if you don't suffer from claustrophobia!