press release

Cerith Wyn Evans' new work for Gallery 3, Rabbit Moon, responds to the qualities of this room, in which enormous bay windows, overlooking the ever present rush of traffic on the Finchley Road, let in daylight from sunrise to sunset.

A large, black crystal chandelier emits a text in Morse code to gallery visitors and passers by. In this way, Wyn Evans creates a space where inside and out, day and night are in constant flux.

The selected texts communicated in Morse are available both on wall mounted monitor and in written form.

Supported by The Henry Moore Foundation


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Cerith Wyn Evans
Gallery 3