Peder Lund is delighted to present an exhibition of works by the Turner-Prize-winning British artist Martin Creed (1968- ). Over the past 25 years, Creed has embraced a variety of techniques including sculpture, painting, neon, writing, film, installation, music, dance and performance. His pieces range from compositions for symphony orchestra to architectural commissions, public mon- uments and dance performances. He often works directly in the gallery or museum space before an exhibition, presenting his art not as a defined concept, but as something immediate, creative, live and participatory. Featuring a number of new works made on site, including wall paintings, in addition to one of Creed’s iconic neons and a recent tapestry, the exhibition ‘Martin Creed’ at Peder Lund explores the artist’s wide-ranging approach to materials and concepts. Prior to the exhibition opening, contemporary dancers will create paintings in the gallery after Creed’s instructions. They will perform as part of the exhibition opening on Saturday 14 November. The performance is considered a separate work and highlights the experiential nature of the artist’s practice.