Kenny Hunter is a Scottish artist who is best known for his three dimensional works. His work considers the traditions of sculpture: providing a new or contemporary analysis of those traditions, to see what is still relevant about them today. In this film he discusses his work with particular reference to the portrait bust, and the individual relationship between artists and the materials they use.
Directed and edited by Marissa Keating
Filmed by Michael Thomas Jones
Commissioned and produced for the National Galleries of Scotland by Becky Manson