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Forms in Light (in Time) by Cerith Wyn Evans, London - Tate Britain

This incredible artwork is made from almost 2km of neon lighting, suspended from the ceiling and configured into straight lines, sweeping curves and spiralling forms.

As you walk in to the middle of the room of Tate Britain, you will stand in awe and amazement by this gigantic structure. At first what may seem like a small suspension floating in mid air, becomes a great masterpiece as you walk towards it. You will look through the first bright neon hole and from that very spot you will see the rest of the neon lights scattered left, right, above and in all kinds of directions.

One may even lose their mind as they appreciate this beautiful, delicate and wow-factor piece of art.

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