Patricia L. Boyd (b. London, 1980) lives and works in New York.

Recent solo exhibitions include "Joins", Cell Projects, London (with Rosa Aiello, 2019); "Inter-", Reading lnternational, Reading (2019); "Patricia L. Boyd", 1856, Melbourne (2018); "Good Grammar", Potts, Los Angeles (2018); "Operator", 80WSE, New York (2017); "Us", 3236RLS, London (2017); "1:1", Jan Kaps, Cologne (2015); "Under Glass", TG, Nottingham (2015); "Metrics", Modern Art Oxford, Oxford (2014). Selected group exhibitions include: Galerie Francesca Pia, Zurich (2019); Fanta, Milan (2019); Secession, Vienna (2018); the CCA Bard Hessel Museum, Bard; The Wattis lnstitute for Contemporary Art, San Francisco; the Steirischer Herbst, Graz; and the 13th Lyon Biennale, Lyon. She has received moving image commissions from EMPAC, The Curtis R. Priem Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center, Troy (2015-17); and Frieze Film, London (2013). 

Boyd received B.A. in Literature from Oxford University in 2002, and then an M.A. in Fine Art from Chelsea College of Art in 2009. She attended the LUX Associate Artists Program (AAP) in London in 2012. Forthcoming projects include solo exhibitions at Front Desk Apparatus, New York (2019) and at Christian Andersen, Copenhagen (2019).

Selected works

Patricia L. Boyd's work reflects on social, economic, material and institutional circulations of energy and resources, as well as on the "internal" circulations of human bodies (digestive,

relational) situated within them. The focus is not just on the finished work, but on the conditions that the work is formed by, and through which the work passes, during its production, reproduction and reception.