7 edition of Cerith Wyn Evans found in the catalog.
July 1, 2007
by Walther Konig
Written in English
|Contributions||Peter Pakesch (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||100|
In Which Something Happens All Over Again For The Very First Time is the first comprehensive publication to deal with the sculptural installations, film projections, neon texts and sound productions of the Welsh artist, Cerith Wyn Evans. Evans began as an assistant to the American underground filmmaker Derek Jarman, concentrating on his own short experimental films throughout the : Susanne Gaensheimer. Book Descriptions: This publication is the first to focus solely on the photographic work of Welsh sculptor and filmmaker Cerith Wyn Evans (born ), revealing a selection of previously unpublished images. Accompanying this is two texts in a separate booklet: a poetic response to the photographs by philosopher Hélène Cixous, and an abécédaire cowritten by Wyn Evans and philosopher.
Serpentine Galleries are delighted to present a new publication on the occasion of the exhibition Cerith Wyn Evans at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery. Photography is a daily activity for Wyn Evans, and this publication is the first to focus solely on this important and fascinating element of . Cerith Wyn Evans review – looking at art has rarely felt like such a vain pose 1 / 5 stars 1 out of 5 stars. Serpentine Sackler, London. In the past, the Welsh artist has created strange and.
In the s, London-based Welsh artist Cerith Wyn Evans, born in , worked as an assistant to filmmaker Derek Jarman, soon gaining a reputation for his own experimental shorts and his collaborations with the dancer Michael Clark. Since the s, Wyn Evans has also been creating installations, often inspired by cinema history or literature. An immersive sensory experience awaits visitors at Milan’s Pirelli HangarBicocca courtesy of Welsh conceptual artist Cerith Wyn Evans, whose largest-ever solo exhibition “.the Illuminating Gas” fills the former industrial facility with suspended neon sculptures and distended soundscapes. Unfolding across 5, square-metres, 24 monumental installations, earlier sculptures and new.
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Booklet contents: Directors' foreword --ABC / Cerith Wyn Evans & Alexander García Düttmann --Cerith Wyn Evans pose un lapin, Déjamaisvu / Hélène Cixous --Cerith Wyn Evans runs with the hounds and hunts with a hare / Hélène Cixous --Supporters --Acknowledgements --Impressum.
Responsibility. Cerith Wyn Evans (born in Llanelli) is a Welsh conceptual artist, sculptor and he won the £30, Hepworth Prize for Sculpture.
Get this from a library. Cerith Wyn Evans. [Cerith Wyn Evans; Solveig Øvstebø; Lars Bang Larsen; Ase Levgren; Steinar Sekkingstad; Bergen kunsthall.] -- "With a background in experimental film and video art in the s, Cerith Wyn Evans has primarily worked since the s with spectacular installations where a number of media such as sculpture.
Cerith Wyn Evans‰Ûª exhibition at Bergen Kunsthall consisted of various audio, neon and light works and his sequence appropriating Marcel Broodthaers‰Ûª erasure of MallarmÌ©‰Ûªs poem ‰ÛÏUn Coup de DÌ©s.‰Û This smartly designed volume records the occasion, Cerith Wyn Evans book includes a conversation between the artist and the museum‰Ûªs director.
Cerith Wyn Evans is a contemporary Welsh artist known for both his experimental films and complex sculptural installations that incorporate chandeliers and neon lights.
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book presentation and exhibition with Moyra Davey, Thomas Eggerer, Jochen Klein, Cerith Wyn Evans, Heinz Peter Knes, Wolfgang Tillmans, Danh Vo, David Wojnarowicz, Martin Wong 17 East 82nd Street, New York.
May Cerith Wyn Evans "shade/frequency " 17 East 82nd Street, New York. January Cerith Wyn Evans. c=l=e=a=v=e Fasanenstraße Cerith Wyn Evans. Published by Walther König, Köln. Foreword by Julia Peyton-Jones, Hans Ulrich Obrist.
Text by Hélène Cixous, et al. This publication is the first to focus solely on the photographic work of Welsh sculptor and filmmaker Cerith Wyn Evans (born ), revealing a selection of previously unpublished images.
Cerith Wyn Evans, Director: Degrees of Blindness. Cerith Wyn Evans was born in in Llanelli, Wales. He is an actor and director, known for Degrees of Blindness (), The Angelic Conversation () and The Last of England ().Occupation: Actor, Director, Cinematographer. Cerith Wyn Evans was born in in Llanelli, Wales and now lives and works in London.
Cerith Wyn Evans first came to attention in the s as an experimental filmmaker and collaborator across artistic disciplines, including dance and performance. Subsequently he has expanded his approach to incorporate sculpture. Cerith Wyn Evans has filled the Pirelli HangarBicocca in Milan with his large-scale neon sculptures and other installations.
He talks to Gabrielle Schwarz about his interest in music and the complicated influence of Marcel Duchamp. This exhibition features works ranging from the s to. The arcs of global motion that Cerith Wyn Evans' drawing depicts in space can be seen from inside the building, but as a luminous sign they can, however, also been seen from outside.
They are most noticeable when the intensity of the outside light decreases and the hectic activity inside the building subsides as the working day comes to an end. book presentation and exhibition with Moyra Davey, Thomas Eggerer, Jochen Klein, Cerith Wyn Evans, Heinz Peter Knes, Wolfgang Tillmans, Danh Vo, David Wojnarowicz, Martin Wong.
9 February – 24 February opening reception on Friday, 9 Februarypm Julie Ault and Moyra Davey in conversation, 7 pm. To get full contact details for Cerith Wyn Evans’s agent and Cerith Wyn Evans’s management staff, simply log in or register online today.
When you register to our service, you’ll enjoy instant access to Cerith Wyn Evans’s agent – giving you the opportunity to contact their team in a matter of moments. Cerith Wyn Evans (born in Llanelli) is a Welsh conceptual artist, sculptor and film-maker.
In he won the £30, Hepworth Prize for Sculpture. Cerith Wyn Evans,exhibition view, Galerie Neu, Berlin. Courtesy: the artist and Galerie Neu, Berlin This exhibition comes hot on the heels of the 9th Berlin Biennale, in which artists who typically sit under the post-internet umbrella explored the conditions of a contemporary world dominated by capital, commerce and the vertical logic.
Parkett No. 87 Cerith Wyn Evans, Katharina Fritsch, Annette Kelm, Kelley Walker (Parkett Series with Contemporary Artists) [Cerith Wyn Evans, Katharina Fritsch, Annette Kelm, Kelley Walker] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Parkett continues its 25th anniversary with a text by Marina Warner on the Trans-Atlantic cable; a persuasive argument by Richard Phillips for the faux Price: $ Cerith Wyn Evans, Moritz Küng and Armand Mevis Perfect bound, with laser-cut dust cover.
Paper: Munken Lynx 80 (Küng essay and colophon), gms (laser-cut pages), gms (cover). H x W mm, 32 pages. Acquired from Taschenbuch, 16 March ellipsis: marks or a mark (such as ) indicating an omission (as of words) or a pause. Cerith Wyn Evans, Elective Affinity, Neon, x cm.
Neon, x cm. Most of the art works featured in Bergen Kunsthall’s beautifully curated. Cerith Wyn Evans Cerith Wyn Evan’s artistic practice focuses on how ideas can be communicated through form. His conceptual work incorporates a diverse range of media including installation, sculpture, photography, film and text.
Cerith Wyn Evans’s Forms in Space By Light (in Time), the latest annual commission for the Duveen, is less to be looked at than moved through, a Author: Adrian Searle.
In connection with the "Cerith Wyn Evans" exhibition, Museum Haus Konstruktiv's director talked with this Welsh conceptual artist, sculptor and filmmaker.
With two kilometres' worth of white neon tubing arranged in dazzling arrays of lines and curves high above the Duveen Galleries' polished floors, Forms in Space by Light (in Time), Cerith Wyn Evans's installation for this year's Tate Britain Commission (which is supported by Sotheby's) cannot be mistaken for another artist's work.
Born in in Llanelli, Wales, and now based in London Author: Tony Guillan.