Cerith Wyn Evans No realm of thought… No field of vision




White Cube Bermondsey presents ‘No realm of thought… No field of vision’, an exhibition of new work by Cerith Wyn Evans. Featuring installation, sculpture and painting, on show throughout all of the gallery’s spaces, the work foregrounds the artist’s long-standing exploration of transcendence, translation and temporality.

Evans’ practice can be considered a process of transposition, whereby elements such as text, code, light and sound are compressed, extended, inverted and multiplied. Drawing on the erotic resonance and potential of mechanised forms, the works in this exhibition interweave juxtaposed narratives and skewed perspectives. Suspended, obscuring, mirroring and reflexive, his works encourage a synaesthetic experience, interrogating a ‘Phenomenology of Perception’ played out across visual, spatial and aural dimensions.

Please Note: From 16 June 2020 White Cube Bermondsey is operating with reduced opening hours and timed visiting slots to limit gallery capacity. This should make social distancing easier and reduce queues to see our exhibitions. Plan ahead by reading the  COVID-19 FAQ’s.

Advance booking is required and admission is free. Book your visit

Duration 16 June 2020 - 02 August 2020
Times Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 6pm Sunday 12pm - 6pm
Cost Free
Venue White Cube - Bermondsey Street
Address 144 – 152 Bermondsey Street, London, SE1 3TQ
Contact / enquiries@whitecube.com / http://whitecube.com/

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