Cerith Wyn Evans
...peal (I) and (II)
Edition of 25
Archival inkjet print on 300gsm Somerset photo satin paper with cut out
Each 38.5 x 38.5 cm | 15 3/16 x 15 3/16 in.
Signed and numbered
Published by White Cube, 2020
Released to coincide with Cerith Wyn Evans’ exhibition ‘No realm of thought… No field of vision’ at White Cube Bermondsey, London in 2020, these two black and white prints feature a circular void cut into a photograph taken by Evans.
Circles, and specifically holes, feature throughout Evans’ work, inspired by Francis Picabia’s Jeune Fille, Yoko Ono’s A Hole to See The Sky Through, and Lucio Fontana's Concetto Spaziale works.
Evans said of the works: ‘In some part, these “windows” or apertures serve to interrogate the condition of illusion – to foreground the materiality of the image. To ventilate the picture plane, leading to a view onto, say, the wall. To engage an oscillation between “figure” and “ground”, and somehow reveal, a “beyond”.’
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