ANTHONY GORMLEY's commission for Trafalgar Square's "empty plinth" will see it occupied for 100 consecutive days, 24 hours a day, by members of the public.
Interested members of the public register, the computer then chooses a representative cross section of 2,400 names.
They are matched to the 2,400 hour-long slots on the plinth which run 24 hours a day from July to October.
Each individual will be fork-lifted up 25ft to spend their hour in full view, with no banister or barrier to protect them, other than a safety net skirting the plinth.
Then they can do exactly what they want, while being lit, filmed and recorded for an archive Mr Gormley hopes will produce a portrait of Britain.