Antony Gormley draws on a range of traditions and ideas—including Buddhist sculpture, philosophy, Minimalism and quantum physics—to create works that engage their surroundings and resonate with the audience. It centres on Horizon Field Singapore (2021), the fifth instalment in the Ng Teng Fong Roof Garden Commission series. This new site-specific installation is complemented by three earlier sculptures which together trace four decades of Gormley’s practice, placed at key locations around the Gallery. Together, these three works present defining aspects of Gormley’s extensive study of the human body. They also provide a wider context for Horizon Field Singapore, in which our own bodies become part of the work, and where we can reimagine our own relationship with our environment.
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