Made from over a mile of neon lighting and configured into straight lines, sweeping curves and spiraling shapes, Forms in Space . . . by Light (in Time) gloriously hangs suspended throughout the grand neoclassical hall at London's Tate Britain.
Artist Cerith Wyn Evans structured it into three parts, with a single neon ring in the center and three discs reminiscent of the diagrams used to test eyesight coming off of it.
The exhibition continues through August 20, 2017.