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Jeppe Hein
Neonwall

Jeppe Hein Neonwall at Art Gallery of NSW © Jeppe Hein

AGNSW Contemporary Project

The fourth Clayton Utz Contemporary Project is a new installation from rapidly rising 'star’ Jeppe Hein.

Hein makes startling interventions in galleries by means of kinetic and often interactive installations. These works are often minimal at first sight but usually hold surprises for the unsuspecting viewer.

Neonwall comprises 90 large neon tubes that make a dividing wall from floor to ceiling. Sensors switch sections of the wall off or on in response to viewers’ movements, causing the other side of the room to become temporarily visible, then invisible

Sponsored by
Clayton UTZ

21 Sep – 11 Dec 2005

Free admission

Location:
Contemporary project space