Roger Hiorns has been nominated for his solo exhibition at Corvi Mora, London and for Seizure, Artangel commission, Harper Road, London.

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  • Enrico David Seizure 2008 interior view of a flat covered in blue crystals from floor to ceiling

    Roger Hiorns
    Seizure 2008

    A Jerwood/Artangel Commission Harper Road, London.
    Courtesy Corvi-Mora, London

  • Enrico David Seizure 2008 interior view of a flat covered in blue crystals from floor to ceiling

    Roger Hiorns
    Seizure 2008

    A Jerwood/Artangel Commission Harper Road, London
    Courtesy Corvi-Mora, London

  • Roger Hiorns IBM 15 x 10 2008

    Roger Hiorns
    IBM (15 x 10) 2000
    Ceramic, plastic, compressor, foam

    Courtesy Corvi-Mora, London

  • Roger Hiorns Discipline 2002 metal rods leaning against the gallery walls with blue flowers attached

    Roger Hiorns
    Discipline 2002
    Steel, thistles, copper suphate, velcro

    Courtesy Corvi-Mora, London

  • Roger Hiorns Vauxhall 2003 flames arising from a grate in the floor

    Roger Hiorns
    Vauxhall 2003
    Steel, fire Installation at Tate Britain, London 2003

    Photo: Tate Photography, David Lambert/Rod Tidman
    © the artist and Tate
    Image courtesy Corvi-Mora, London

Roger Hiorns creates arresting sculpture and installation combining unusual materials. His exploration of chemical processes took spectacular effect in Seizure, in which a derelict flat in South London was filled with liquid copper sulphate, which after a period of time encrusted every surface of the space with blue crystals.