I Don’t Have Another Land is a contemporary text sculpture by the internationally renowned and Turner Prize-shortlisted artist Nathan Coley. Coley creates these monumental sculptures using existing phrases that come from overheard conversations, song lyrics, news report, books or any found text. I Don’t Have Another Land was a piece of graffiti found on a wall in Jerusalem in the early 2000s. The phrases used in Coley’s artwork take on new meaning in each place they’re exhibited.
Coley's work will be on display on Eastbourne throughout the duration of the Turner Prize. More details to be announced soon.
Eastbourne BN21 4TL
Nathan Coley was born in 1967 in Glasgow, Scotland.
Between 1985 and 1989 he studied at the Glasgow School of Art.
From 1998 to 2005 he lived and worked in Dundee.
In 2007 he was shortlisted for the Turner Prize.
His work is represented in many international public and private collections
He currently lives and works in Glasgow.