• Cerith Wyn Evans, Perverse, Inverse, Reverse, 1996
  • Cerith Wyn Evans, The sky is thin as paper here..., 2004

Cerith Wyn Evans: Thoughts unsaid, now forgotten…

ShowingOctober 7, 2004 - December 31, 2004

Curator: Bill Arning

Welsh artist Cerith Wyn Evans’ new site-specific projects explore the complex relationships between image and word, poetry and science, divination and earthly communication, and spoken and written language. The exhibition is to be presented simultaneously with a selection of Evans’ works at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Together, the two exhibitions make up Wyn Evans’ first comprehensive museum exhibitions in North America.

  • Cerith Wyn Evans, Perverse, Inverse, Reverse, 1996
    Surfaced acrylic mirror, ed. 3/3
    Courtesy Bloomberg L.P., New York

  • Cerith Wyn Evans, The sky is thin as paper here…, (detail),  2004
    Two slide projectors and a dissolve unit, mirrored base
    Courtesy Thomas Borgmann, Cologne

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