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Random Studies og London Series

With Random Studies and the London Series projects, an artistic strategy began to crystallize into the Boyle family's work. Random Studies (1964-) was a series of reliefs based on close-up studies of randomly selected locations on demolition sites in Norland Road, London. Mark Boyle himself wrote a method of work:

1. Create a frame of materials found on the spot.

2. Throw the frame over the place.

3. Transfer and attach all the objects on the spot to a disc using a grid system.

The London Series (1967-) was based on a similar method, but Boyle Family now used London as their location. The artists threw a hundred darts on a busy map of London. At the several hits they investigated at the surface - be it soil, moss, dust or stone - transferred and reproduced it as accurately as possible in resin, fiberglass and various residual materials. The site was not only explored aesthetically, it was also explored ecologically, biologically and topographically. Each work became an opus loci - a site-specific piece.

The exhibition is on view from April 20 through September 2

Boyle Family

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Boyle Family

20.04.1802.09.18

Mark Boyle, Joan Hills, Sebastian Boyle, Georgia Boyle og Soft Machine

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Babytour in Boyle Family

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02.05.18 at 13:00

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