The Boyle Family Each of these series has involved various random selection techniques to isolate a rectangle of the Earth’s surface. In the case of the World Series, 1000 random selections were made from a giant map of the world by blindfolded visitors to the exhibition at London’s ICA in 1969.Once the random selection has been made, they recreate the site in a fixed and permanent form as a painted fibreglass relief
'Sand, wind and tide series' 1969. The Boyle Family are best known for the earth studies: three dimensional casts of the surface of the earth. These works combine real material from the site (stones, dust, twigs etc) with paint and resins, preserving the form of the ground to make unique one-off pieces that suggest and offer new interpretations of the environment. www.portfolio-oomph.com Online support covering all aspects of applying to art college.