Roger Hiorns (b.1975, Birmingham, United Kingdom), lives in London Roger Hiorns’ sculptural work inhabits interstices between construction and destruction, the theological and the technological, temporality and permanence, challenging our everyday understanding of reality. In 2009, Hiorns was nominated for the Turner Prize for his critically acclaimed work Seizure, a massive crystallization within the interior of a condemned South London council estate. In the summer of 2016, the artist buried the first of a series of aircraft across all continents. Hiorns recently had solo shows in Faena Arts Center (Buenos Aires, 2018), Polk Brothers Park (Chicago, 2017), IKON Gallery (Birmingham, 2016-2017), Centre PasquArt (Biel, 2015), Rudolfinum (Prague, 2015), Yorkshire Sculpture Park (till 2023) and Kunsthalle Wien (Vienna, 2014). The artist is represented by Annet Gelink Gallery (Amsterdam) and Luhring Augustine (New York).
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