Martin Boyle works across many different mediums his conceptual art includes installation, sculpture, photography, video, and site-specific pieces.

Influenced by ideas of uncertainty expressed in both euphoric and dark Romanticism, he explores a complex and contradictory range of human emotions and thoughts, by emphasising a tension between order & chaos, man & nature, idealised & reality.

In this uncertain place, with no particular vision of truth, he focuses on experiences that are shareable often exploring a search for the transformative and the transcendent.

His poetic delivery charts human habits and social issues, often drawing out a sense of precariousness or vulnerability in places by excavating the aspirations and ideologies.

The work oscillates between private and public spaces appropriating found images and objects. There is an instability in his artwork, which leaves the works open-ended and capable of assuming different meanings.