More Than a Mile of Abstract Neon Lighting Suspended Within Tate Britain (6 pics)




All images © Tate Photography/Joe Humphreys Suspended from the ceiling of Tate Britain 's Duveen Galleries is Welsh artist Cerith Wyn Evans ' latest installation, over a mile of bright neon lighting broken into abstract lines and monumental curves. The piece,  Forms in Space… by Light (in Time) , changes with perspective, each of the work’s three sections continuously morphing as one walks around the clusters of kinetic energy. These abstract symbols appear as marked movements in the air, a direct intention by Wyn Evans who was greatly influenced by Japanese Noh theatre and choreology—the practice of turning dance into notational form. Other site-specific installations by the aritst include Arr/Dep (imaginary landscape for the birds)  at the Headquarters of Lufthansa in Frankfurt (2006) and  E=V=E=N=T (2015), a sculpture commissioned for Malmo Live . You can visit his installation , which was produced for the  Tate Britain Commission  with support from  Sotheby’s , until August 20, 2017. (via Dezeen )

More Than a Mile of Abstract Neon Lighting Suspended Within Tate Britain

More Than a Mile of Abstract Neon Lighting Suspended Within Tate Britain

More Than a Mile of Abstract Neon Lighting Suspended Within Tate Britain

More Than a Mile of Abstract Neon Lighting Suspended Within Tate Britain

More Than a Mile of Abstract Neon Lighting Suspended Within Tate Britain

More Than a Mile of Abstract Neon Lighting Suspended Within Tate Britain




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