turner prize 2011: martin boyce

“boyce works in large-scale, producing site-specific works that combine elements of the urban landscape with interior design. offering viewers atmospheric sculptural installations, these environments which he produces reference design history,
through a constructivist-to-decorative aesthetic, which are formed through a repeating palette of patterns. the artist’s three-dimensional graphic language is an exploration of the built environment, our surrounding landscape,
and the mundane everyday things we pass through.”


Not to offend but i do believe this is just bad design, in my opinion it stands for everything i have been arguing about in my essays . This has no use and i don’t believe a good theory therefore i see nothing but a badly designed piece with a great lack of imaginatin of the space that could if been used and manipulated so well.

more articles go see online journal design boom


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I am currently doing my Masters in interior design, this blog is to reflect and inspire my progress through out my time on the course. View all posts by hannahruthkellett

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