Published by Verlag für Moderne Kunst Nurnberg. Edited by Felicity Lunn. Text by JJ Charlesworth, David Korecky, Roger Hiorns.
This volume documents British artist Roger Hiorns' (born 1975) largest show to date, at Kunsthaus CentrePasquArt and Galerie Rudolfinum. Hiorns' installations and sculptures generate and fill gaps between disparate ideas: between construction and destruction, theology and technology, temporariness and performance, authoritarian control and spontaneity.
Published by Hayward Publishing. Foreword by Caroline Douglas. Text by Tom Morton.
In 2010, British artist Roger Hiorns (born 1975) created a dramatic new work for the Art Institute of Chicago. The sculpture consists of two decommissioned aircraft engines, incorporating crushed anti-depressant medication. This pocket-size monograph is the first in a series of books highlighting single contemporary works in the collection of the British Arts Council.