'Neon has always been a material in signage that one lays flat, and one in fact writes with. But I began to lift it from the board, and pull out into space, and use it in a much more three-dimensional form’. Keith Sonnier
Keith Sonnier emerged in the 1960s with a generation of artists who pioneered a radical new approach to sculpture. This Friday, the artist discusses his career and use of neon with Lydia Yee (Chief Curator) coinciding with a new exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery, London. More details here.