Welsh Conceptualist, Cerith Wyn Evans was born in 1958, and began his career as an experimental filmmaker in the 1970s. Since the 1990s, Wyn Evans has focused on the concept of space perception, which he is exploring in his latest exhibition at the Serpentine Sackler Galler. Running until the 9th November, Wyn Evans's installation looks at how light, sound, and duration affect a space and the people occupying it. It is a merging of site, sight, and cite, as lamps litter the floor, and text glows on the walls.
The exhibition will compliment the work of Trisha Donnelly, at the Serpentine Galley, which looks at how light and sound shifts throughout the day. This will be accompanied by two curator talks on the 4th & 25th October, which will include a tour of the gallery.