The Welsh artist Cerith Wyn Evans explores “polyphony, superimposition, layers, levels, the occluded, and the visibility of the mask.” That’s a pretty heady list but in this exhibition it all comes down to light and sound, waves and pulses, sculptures like neon graffiti, caligraphic skywriting, glowing columns, illuminated script that hovers in space. For his largest solo exhibition yet, Evans isolates energy and the temporal. —E.C.
Meanwhile, at London’s White Cube Bermondsey space, “No realm of thought…No field of vision” is on view from February 7 to April 19. To visit, click here.