Experience Gormley's 6 Times online

  • 7 July 2010

6 Times, an extraordinary sculptural project created by Antony Gormley for the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, was made possible with the help of a £150,000 Art Fund grant.

6 Times, an extraordinary sculptural project created by Antony Gormley for the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, was made possible with the help of a £150,000 Art Fund grant.

The artwork comprises six life-sized figures positioned between the grounds of the Gallery in Edinburgh and the sea. Four of the figures are sited in the Water of Leith, acting as gauges for the height of the river as it swells and recedes.

The Art Fund and the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art have funded a unique film that captures the ambience, beauty and tranquility of the work. The film features an exclusive interview with Antony Gormley and captures the candid opinions of community members and passers-by as they encounter the work for the first time.

You can find the film on our You Tube Channel. We’d love to hear your feedback so do leave us a comment