Artist Nicole Wong Explores the Humour of Failure in Latest Solo Exhibition
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Hong Kong artist Nicole Wong investigates the humanistic side of failure through a sense of deadpan humour in her latest major solo exhibition After Nothing Happens.
The works of Hong Kong artist Nicole Wong are highly relatable even to the average audience because of the universality of their themes. Space, time and destiny are, among other things, some of the key notions that concern her works.
In Wong’s latest solo exhibition, After Nothing Happens, she continues her investigation into these themes, but expands her ventures into the idea of failure as well. The mundanity and repetitiveness of failure are what inspired Wong’s works in this exhibition, including music scores comprised of transcriptions of her neighbour’s painstaking piano practice sessions – a witty representation of the humanistic side of trial and error.
Wong’s exhibition can now be enjoyed at Rossi & Rossi until August 1, 2020.