Cerith Wyn Evans’ new work, Rabbit’s Moon, responds to the qualities of Camden Arts Centre’s Gallery 3, 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 code are available in written form.
Supported by The Henry Moore Foundation