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Creative Conversations: Martin Boyce and November Paynter

Thursday, December 8, 2022
 | 4:00 pm
 – 5:00 pm 

 | Online

 | Free

This artist talk will feature exhibiting artist Martin Boyce and MOCA’s Chief Curator and Associate Director, November Paynter. The two will discuss Boyce’s current installation and new commission produced by MOCA, Future Blossom (For Yokeno Residence), showcased within Thomas Demand’s HOUSE OF CARD.

Boyce’s sculptural ceiling piece makes reference to MOCA’s unique architectural elements as well as Demand’s Model Study I series, which depicts details of architectural models. In addition to Future Blossom, the duo will also reflect on the playful nature of HOUSE OF CARD, looking to explore  Boyce’s artistic practice in parallel with that of Demand’s. 



Martin Boyce was born 1967 in Hamilton, Scotland. He studied at the Glasgow School of Art and at the California Institute for the Arts. He lives and works in Glasgow. In 2011 Boyce was awarded the Turner Prize, in 2009 he represented Scotland at the 53rd Venice Biennale, and in 2007 he participated in the Skulptur Projekte Münster. His work is represented in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Tate, London; Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt; British Council, London; Gallery of Modern Art, GoMA, Glasgow; Rhode Island School of Design, Providence; Massachusetts Institute of Technology List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge, MA; National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne; LACMA, Los Angeles; Henry Moore Institute, Leeds; Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh; Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, among other institutions worldwide.

Martin Boyce, “Future Blossom (For Yokeno Residence)”, 2022 and Thomas Demand, “Model Studies IV”, 2021. Thomas Demand, House of Card, installation view, MOCA Toronto, 2022. Photo: Laura Findlay.

Venue Information

Online | Zoom

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