Lawrence Weiner is one of the central figures of Conceptual Art and first gained international recognition in the late 1960s. The main medium of his work is words, which are formed using specific typefaces and that are installed site-specifically upon the walls of various architectures. The artist’s practice challenges traditional assumptions about what might constitute an art object. Here in The Sky Moves, a collaged sequence of words paints a picture in the mind. The words play out to form sentences which describe the realm of concentricity and the collision of simultaneous realities. Yet ultimately, it is the viewer who bears the responsibility for deciphering specific meaning through their own visual and mental engagement with the work. This new work is available exclusively to Sedition members.