2022 2020 2018 2016

22 artists

Mark Booth

About the work

Dispositions: concrete [1-4] contain themes of seriality, process, repetition, modulation and recursion. Clusters of repurposed components conglomerate into units and reference mass industrial production and manufacturing processes.


Dispositions: concrete [1-4] by Mark Booth

About the artist

Mark Booth is undertaking an MFA at UNSW Art & Design where he has been awarded a scholarship. Mark has degrees from the National Art School, Sydney, and Bristol University, UK. He has had solo exhibitions in Australia at Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Conny Dietzschold Gallery, Dickerson Gallery, Alaska Projects, MOP, Factory 49, and Firstdraft, and group shows at Hazelhurst, Manly and Cessnock Regional Galleries, Blue Mountains Cultural Centre, Town Hall Gallery, National Art School, Newington Armory, Dominick Mersch, Brenda May, and Australian Galleries, and a major solo show at Bathurst Regional Art Gallery. Mark has participated in Cementa15, Future/Public Artlands, and Contour 556. Mark has won the Major Award in Sculpture at Scenic World and Sculpture in the Vineyards, was Highly Commended in The North Sydney Art Prize, and has been a finalist in the Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize, Western Sydney University Sculpture Award, Fisher’s Ghost Art Award, Tom Bass Prize, Paddington Art Prize, Deakin University Small Sculpture Prize, Sculpture at Sawmillers, and Sculpture by the Sea. Mark has twice won a NSW Artists’ Grant (NAVA), and undertaken residences at The Armory (Sydney Olympic Park), and Phasmid Studios, Berlin.

  • Dispositions: concrete [1-4]
  • 2020
  • Concrete, enamel paint
  • Sculpture
  • 55cm x 55cm x 55cm