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Antony Gormley at King’s College, Cambridge


22 January 2024

Cambridge, UK

A new permanent work by Antony Gormley has been unveiled at King’s College, Cambridge. Commemorating Alan Turing, the sculpture sits at the heart of the college’s campus, between Gibbs Building and Webb’s Court. Standing at an impressive 3.7 metres tall, the sculpture, entitled True, for Alan Turing, is constructed from 140 mm thick rolled Corten steel.

Speaking of the commission, Gormley stated, ‘Alan Turing unlocked the door between the industrial and the information ages. I wanted to make the best sculpture I could to honour a man who was pivotal in changing the course of all our lives. It is not about the memorialisation of a death, but about a celebration of the opportunities that a life allowed.’

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