Roger Hiorns

born 1975

Roger Hiorns, ‘Untitled’ 2006
Untitled 2006
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Roger Hiorns (born 1975) is a British Contemporary artist who works in London. His primary media is sculpture and installation, using a wide variety of materials, including metals, wood and plastics. He also works in the media of video and photography.

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Roger Hiorns - Turner Prize 2009

Hiorns creates arresting sculpture and installation combining unusual materials.


Roger Hiorns, 'Seizure'

A derelict bedsit is transformed into a world of crystalised wonder


Tate Etc

Point of View: Art in Hospitals

Catsou Roberts

Art in hospitals can be a culturally significant experience if the approach is right


Tate Debate: What is the impact of art on architecture?

Susan Holtham

Next Monday sees the question ‘if you build it, will they come?’ up for discussion at Tate Modern, this week ...
Tate Etc

Tate Etc. issue 17: Autumn 2009

Tate Etc. Issue 17 Autumn 2009: Visiting and revisiting Art, etcetera online version of Tate's magazine
Tate Etc

Artists, art, the media and the public: Turner Prize

Enrico David , Roger Hiorns , Lucy Skaer , Richard Wright and Darian Leader

Each year the Turner Prize generates media coverage which gives only a fleeting idea of the practice of the artists ...

Tate Papers

Awkward Relations

Neil Mulholland

This paper focuses on practices that captured critical and curatorial attention in Scotland and England at the turn of this ...

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