When Now is Night is the most significant monograph published on Scottish artist Martin Boyce in a decade, providing an overview of his career with an emphasis on his work from recent years. While Boyce's practice is frequently considered in relationship to modernist design and the specific precedents he draws on, this book illuminates the narratives within individual works and the process involved in creating them.
When Now is Night
Published by Princeton Architectural Press and the RISD Museum
With essays by Richard Brown Baker Curator of Contemporary Art Dominic Molon, critic Russell Ferguson, and artist John Stezaker
Companion volume to the exhibition Martin Boyce: When Now is Night, on view at the RISD Museum October 2, 2015–January 31, 2016
160 pages, 140 color illustrations, 10 b/w illustrations