David Boyce

New Zealand born David Boyce is a visual artist, based in Hong Kong. After completing an Honours degree in History at Victoria University of Wellington, Boyce became a full-time artist. He has since exhibited in New Zealand, the US, China and Hong Kong, where he is known for his collaborations with Adrian Wong and Hiram To. His works are held in a number of private, public and corporate collections in New Zealand, North America, Europe and Asia.

Boyce’s work is informed by two primary concerns: the exploration of identity, memory, spirituality, language and an area he refers to as ‘Random Beauty’ – an attempt to find beauty in the everyday world. In exploring these themes, he strongly acknowledges a wide range of influences in his work, from renaissance artists to abstract impressionists, minimalists to post modernists.

Exhibition details of "From the Shoulders of Giants" (13.11 - 21.12.2013)
About the artbook - From the Shoulders of Giants

Essay: "Almost Duplicity" by John Batten
Artist Biography

Media coverage (Asian Art News, January 2014)
Media coverage (Pipeline, January/February 2014)
Media coverage (a.m. post, December 2013)
Media coverage (South China Morning Post - 48 Hours, 28.11.2013)