Cerith Wyn Evans
Cerith Wyn Evans' exhibition at Bergen Kunsthall consisted of various audio, neon and light works and his sequence appropriating Marcel Broodthaers' erasure of Mallarme's poem "Un Coup de Des." This smartly designed volume records the occasion, and includes a conversation between the artist and the museum's director.Paperback
28 x 19cm
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