September 28, 2004
Simultaneously-opening shows at the MIT List Center and Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts will be the first major exhibition of the work of Cerith Wyn Evans in the U.S. There’s a reception at MIT next Thursday (the 7th) and artist talks on the following Saturday (the 9th). As the MIT press release states, these “site-specific projects explore the complex relationships between image and word, poetry and science, divination and earthly communication, and spoken and written language.” (More details follow.)
On Thursday October 7th, 5:30-7:30pm, at the MIT List Visual Arts Center, there will be a reception for the opening of Cerith Wyn Evans: Thoughts unsaid, now forgotten… (October 7 – December 31, 2004).
On Saturday October 9th, Wyn Evans will give artist talks. He’ll be at the MIT List Center at noon, and then at 2pm at the Museum of Fine Arts, where there’s a concurrent show: Cerith Wyn Evans: Flashes of insight (October 6, 2004–January 30, 2005).