Jesse Darling works in sculpture, installation, video, drawing, sound, text and performance, using a ‘materialist poetics’ to explore and reimagine the everyday technologies that represent how we live. Darling has often combined industrial materials such as sheet metal and welded steel with everyday objects to explore ideas of the domestic and the institutional, home and state, stability and instability, function and dysfunction, growth and collapse Nominated for his solo exhibitions No Medals, No Ribbons at Modern Art Oxford and Enclosures at Camden Art Centre, his presentation for this year’s Turner Prize took cues from Towner’s coastal location in an installation exploring borders, bodies, nationhood and exclusion

Jesse Darling wins the 2023 Turner Prize Lanre Bakare for The Guardian

Turner Prize Goes to Jesse Darling, a Sculptor of Mangled Objects — Alex Marshall for The New York Times Jesse Darling Wins Turner Prize, UK’s Top Art Award — Alex Greenberger for ARTnews