Not-for-profit arts organisation HART announces that the first exhibition resulting from its arts programming. ‘Household Gods’ will open from 30 September to 21 November 2020, both virtually and physically at HART Hall. Curated by Kwok Ying, the exhibition features four Hong Kong-based artists; Nadim Abbas, Shane Aspegren, Tap Chan, and Wu Jiaru. Each artist is participating in the ongoing 6th session of the HART Social Studio that runs from one of HART’s core venues HART Haus.
Showcasing newly commissioned works by HART, the exhibition originates from a desire to offer new insights into our complicated and currently uncertain world, addressing questions about the relationships between mankind in its most intimate setting, the household, and natural and supernatural phenomenon. Created and presented during a time of change, ‘Household Gods’ rethinks how art and creativity empower each of us.
Launched in 2018, HART is a collective of art spaces and art programming that is dedicated to fostering collaboration and community value through a sustainable culture of creativity. A central part of HART’s programming is the Social Studio that runs from one of the HART’s core venues HART Haus, a 10,000 sqft modern ‘arthouse’ that has transformed a former factory floor in Kennedy Town into a flexible studio and salon space.
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