Martin Boyce

Exploring the intersection of art, design, nature and architecture, Boyce creates sculptures, photographs and installations. His sculptures and installations are rooted in an interest in landscape. This often takes the form of a collapse between the exterior and the interior, the natural and the constructed, and how a sense of place can be described on the basis of details and fragments.

Boyce won the Turner Prize in 2011, and represented Scotland at the 53rd Venice Biennale in 2009. Born in Hamilton, UK; he lives and works in Glasgow, UK.

Courtesy of The Modern Institute