Filmmaker Cerith Wyn Evans’ exhibition of Forms in Space … by Light (in Time) will be on view at London’s Tate Britain until August 20th. The annual artwork for the Tate Britain Commission was carried out by hanging the neon tubes of about 2 kilometers in total, from the ceiling of the museum’s Duveen Galleries. The work consists of three parts in total, including the sculpture of straight lines, sweeping curves, and spiraling forms. The form starts from a single neon circle and ends in the maze of neon lines. Evans’ “drawing in space” work is based on the precise movements used in the Japanese Noh theater and his interest in choreography.
A view of Cerith Wyn Evans’ installation Forms in Space … by Light (in Time) at Tate Britain.
A detail of the neon lights that Cerith Wyn Evans used in his exhibition of Forms in Space … by Light (in Time).