Chancing the Circle 1999

Jane Boyd

Jane Boyd


Anatomy of a Copse 2012-16

worked hazel woodland for light-based installation



Chancing the Circle 1999

mirror natural light

The Pantheon Rome

Jane Boyd’s work focuses on the interdependence of time, memory and consciousness in the context of the urban environment.  It explores notions of place by examining the invisible boundaries between place and space.  A recurrent medium in her installations is the use of refracted light effected by glass, mirror and water, while in her drawing she uses charcoal dust on different surfaces to express the processes of accretion and erosion by which urban places become redefined over time.

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