HK Tatler | 9 Oct 2015

Hong Kong Tatler talks about Galerie Huit’s new group show featuring Isabel Nolan, Tom Gidley and Troika.

Learn more about the show at: A Point of Signification

A Point of Signification at Galerie Huit

The Sheung Wan gallery’s group exhibition presents an open ended narrative that is defined by the spectators personal engagement with the work

By Christian Barlow on Oct 09, 2015

Isabel Dolan, Soft Stillness and the Night, 2011, steel, wool, cotton, foam, thread, dimensions variable
Image courtesy of the artist and Galerie Huit

Galerie Huit’s A Point of Signifcation presents a selection of new and recent paintings, sculpture, along with mixed media works on paper that create a harmonious dialogue between metaphysical space and physical form and matter. The group exhibit features three artists including London based artists Tom Gidley, Troika (consisting of Eva Rucki, Conny Freyer, and Sebastian Noel), and Dublin based artist, Isabel Nolan.

Each artist creates a context within their practice for happenstance to occur and how this ultimately allows the piece to define their own space and intention.  Essentially, the exhibit presents an opportunity for visual, physical, and psychological connection to the varied and multi-dimensional pieces of Gidley, Nolan, and Troika – viewed collectively, the works achieve an open ended narrative that is punctuated by our own visions and interaction with the work.

A Point of Signification
Date: October 15 to November 15, 2015
Time: Open Daily, 11:00am to 7:00pm
Venue: Galerie Huit, Soho 189, 189 Queen’s Road West, Sheung Wan

* Image and Text Credit: HK Tatler