If you’re into funky colours, digital art, or anything to do with the Internet, the C-A-T (Centre for Altered Togetherness) solo art show by Reza Hasni is not to be missed. Originally a virtual exhibition, the Singaporean illustrator’s multimedia artworks have been realised and are coming to Hong Kong this month. With technicoloured animations and cryptic symbols, C-A-T will be transforming the entire 宀 (Mihn) Gallery into an immersive and interactive space. Expect a dreamscape that will lead you to six hyperrealistic dimensions, each with its unique visual grammar and captivating graphics.
About Reza Hasni
Reza Hasni is a Singaporean illustrator and motion artist currently based in Berlin. Inspired by sacred geometries, music and ‘90s internet pop culture, Hasni’s work is characterised by a ‘noisy and chaotic’ style. Since his debut in August 2017, Hasni’s art has not only been featured in numerous international media outlets, but he has also contributed towards various large-scale events, such as The Singapore Art Show, F1 Grand Prix Singapore, Summerwell 2019 Artist Collection in Romania, amongst others.
About 宀 (Mihn) Gallery
Inspired by the Chinese radical ‘宀’, which signifies ‘roof’ and forms part of the Chinese character for ‘home’ (家), 宀 Gallery is an art space that aims to provide an accessible and autonomous platform for emerging artists to exhibit and sell their work. Together with 宀 Club, which promotes underground musical talent, 宀 Gallery is the link between fine art, design, music and entrepreneurship in Hong Kong.