In the Temporary exhibit section they always have some weird and interesting stuff. This time it was Wyn Evans. They say:
The work of Cerith Wyn Evans defies easy categorization .In one room there were 7 blinking chandeliers. Associated with each chandelier was a LCD screen displaying the running of a morse code translator and it displayed the text corresponding to the blinking chandelier. What was particularly amusing is at the bottom of one of these screens was a Windows message box about Virtual Memory running low - I assume this wasn't part of the exhibition, but you never know.
In another room was a sign that said (I hope I got it right):
Thoughts unsaid ... then forgotten ...There was also at a corner of a wall the following painted on it it huge letters
just another elapsure of time designated
With the advent of Radio Astronomy in the early 60's techniques
of the mapping of space made enormous technical advantages
(a few words omitted because of ridicule by rsc for my use of my palm pilot instead of pencil and paper)
discovering formations in the Southern Hemisphere erroneous cataloged
after inconsistencies in the photographic emulsion - Solar Systems
identified from particles of dust and Galaxies from dandruff.