Lecture date: 2001-01-29
Graduating from the RCA in the 1980s, Cerith Wyn Evans began his career as a film and video maker and worked as an assistant to the filmmaker Derek Jarman, in addition to teaching at the AA. During the 1990s he started working in sculpture and installation art. His internationally exhibited work deals with the phenomenology of time, language and perception. He employs a variety of media to explore his ideas on perception and conceptual limits ranging from neon, firework texts, film, photography and sculpture.