Martin Boyce (b. 1967 in Hamilton, Scotland) lives and works in Glasgow, Scotland.
Boyce’s sculptures, photographs and installations intersect the visual vocabulary of design, architecture and the natural and urban environment. Familiar structures or forms are reconfigured to create atmospheric sculptural forms and installations.
The 2011 Turner Prize winner’s work often examines the relationship between the psychological and the physical landscape, while referring to the visual language of modern industry.