Thursday, December 8, 2011
In Newcastle recently we discovered an artist whose aesthetic we thought was very 'Ko'. Martin Boyce - who then went on to win the Turner Prize! - creates sculptural installations that recall familiar objects and public spaces to form fragmented landscapes. Viewing these works is like experiencing a suspended narrative, which is essentially what we are trying to do sculpting sound and space, in Part Two: Dawn. We were also very excited to see his scattered paper 'leaves' - which would be beautiful for Part Three: Fall.