Alastair is a designer and artist working in Toronto. His design work engages display methods, support structures, industrial processes and materials. His art practice often investigates the boundary between sculpture and painting with wall based works that incoprorate art history, natural forms and industrial processes.

Alastair is a founding member of the 24 Cariboo Studio Collective where he works on personal and comissioned projects. 



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Alastair Martin
(b.1988) Bangkok, Thailand
Working in Toronto, Canada
Email: alastair.fs.martin@gmail.com
Instagram: alastair_martin
Curatorial Project: Interobject

Studio
2011 - Present - 24 Cariboo Studio Collective: founding member, currently working on personal projects and commissions

Employment
2012 - 2020 -  Eventscape, Inc: Industrial design and product development for architectural and retail spaces.

Education
2017 - Bachelor of Fine Art: Ontario College of Art and Design, Toronto
2011 - Advanced Diploma: Furniture Craft & Design, Sheridan College, Oakville.

Solo Exhibitions
2017 - Tacit Bodies, Abbozzo Gallery, 401 Richmond, Toronto

Group Exhibitions
2020 - Themselves, Stackt Market, DeignTO, curated by Thethethe, Toronto
2019 - The Yard, Private exhibition curated by Thethethe, Toronto
2017 - Peinture Fraîche et Nouvelle Construction (13e édition), Art Mur, Montreal
2017 - OCADU Graduate Exhibition (102nd), Toronto
2017 - 50th Anniversary Alumni Exhibition, Sheridan College, Oakville
2017 - Art and Martinis, private exhibition curated for Gowling WLG, Toronto
2016 - Tables, Chairs, and Other Unrelated Objects 5, OCADU Student Gallery, Toronto
2015 - 30 Under 30, Curated by Gary Michael Dault, John B. Aird Gallery, Toronto
2015 - Exhibit A (Life), OCADU Student Gallery, Toronto
2011 - The Shape of Things, Ontario Crafts Council, Toronto

Awards
2017 - Haydn Davies Memorial Award
2015 - Sully Corth Memorial Fund Sculpture Scholarship
2011 - Betty Kantor Silent Night Award for Excellence in Furniture Design

Press
2016 - Metalmagazine.eu - Adriana Barreno 



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