23 June 2017
In response to Cerith Wyn Evans’ light sculpture Forms in Space…by Light (in Time), Tate Britain presents ‘Vibrational Cycles’, an afternoon of musical performance programmed in collaboration with the artist and pianist Mark Knoop.
The programme starts with a free performance of Karlheinz Stockhausen’s chamber-music composition Refrain and Enno Poppe’s Rad, a work dominated by micro-intervals.
In the evening John Cage’s Two² is played by Knoop and Philip Thomas, and Cerith Wyn Evans discusses his relationship to music.
Friday 23 June 2017: 3.30–7.30pm
‘Cerith Wyn Evans: Vibrational Cycles’
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Cerith Wyn Evans ‘Forms in Space... by Light (in Time)’ (2016)
© Cerith Wyn Evans. Courtesy the artist and White Cube. Photo: © Tate (Joe Humphrys)