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/ Galerie Neu
Reena Spaulings, Later Seascapes 7, 2015.
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Stefan Heidenreich

We are all told again and again that in a more or less distant future, machines will take over—either in the form of an inverted big bang, a type of singularity, or over the course of a gradual transition. Even creative jobs will not be safe from the robot’s omnipotence.... continue reading
Cerith Wyn Evans's "Assemblage" at Galerie Neu, Berlin
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Kirsty Bell

It is unusual that a work sums up an artist's practice and sensibility so acutely and simply as the single piece exhibited in Cerith Wyn Evans's Assemblage at Galerie Neu. Imagine the bling of an enormous Murano glass chandelier, blinking its way through a score of Bataille in Morse code, combined with the flash of a circle of words set in fireworks that blaze and burn out, and filtered through the fleeting gorgeousness of a thought in white neon ("Thoughts unsaid,... continue reading

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