Martin Boyce
We Are the Breeze (Concrete Leaves), 2006

In 2002 Martin Boyce came across a black-and-white photograph of concrete sculptures made by Joël and Jan Martel (Paris, 1925) modeled after trees. The graphically analyzed structure of the trees became for Boyce a foundational module for the invention of a reduced alphabet of constructive forms and signs. All elements of Boyce’ oeuvre­­─the hanging treelike light sculptures, furniture, poster, birds houses, lamps or telephone booths─are based on this ‘iconic image’ of nature transformed into abstraction. The wall sculpture We Are the Breeze (Concrete Leaves), 2006, gives an easy handed written image of speech to the title in brackets: The abstract letters Concrete Leaves rise, fall and waver in direction of reading from the left to the right across the wall, seemingly punctuated by formalized lamp shades.

Martin Boyce

* 1967 Hamilton, GB
Lives and works inGlasgow, GB
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Martin Boyce
We Are the Breeze (Concrete Leaves), 2006
Messing, pulverbeschichteter Stahl, Leuchtstoffröhren
Martin Boyce
Telephone Booth Conversations (III), 2006
Pulverbeschichtetes Aluminium, Acryl- und Sprayfarbe, Leuchtstoffröhren
Martin Boyce
Telephone Booth Conversations (III), 2006
Powder coated aluminum, acrylic and spray paint, electrical light components
Martin Boyce
A Forest (I), 2009
Pulverbeschichtetes Aluminium, Stahlkette, elektronische Komponenten
Martin Boyce
A Forest (I), 2009
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