Antony Gormley

LONG TERM LOAN SIDGWICK, CAMBRIDGE

DAZE IV, 2014 is now installed at the University's Sidgwick Site on a long-term loan of 10 years. The work was originally situated on Lundy Island in the Bristol Channel as part of the 50th anniversary celebrations of the Landmark Trust.

DAZE IV joins other sculptures already in Cambridge, including EAERTHBOUND: PLANT (2002), buried upside down in front of the MacDonald Institute for Archaeological Research on the Downing Site and LEARNING TO SEE VI in the Library at Jesus College.

LONG TERM LOAN SIDGWICK, CAMBRIDGE
DAZE IV, 2014
Cast iron
179 x 34.5 x 44 cm
Photograph by Lloyd Mann © the University of Cambridge

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