Works from Bruce Nauman’s solo exhibition, “Mindfuck” at Hauser and Wirth in London. His flashing neon sculptures often engage critically with the viewer, both physically and psychologically as the works refer to “a certain state of trauma, 
a nod to the hysteric, and ode to the psychotic – to the consequences of the superego and to the logic of dreams.”
Featured above: Sex and death/double ‘69’ (1985) and Run from Fear, Fun from Rear (1972)