‘Invasion’ represents Richard Hoffman’s body of work that is playful, and underlined with subtle messages on waste, perfection and brief moments of time. The abundance of works with 100 paintings, sculptures, prints and mixed media pieces are all rooted in a generous use of colour and celebrate existence.
‘Urcheon Invasion’ is a central piece in the show incorporating 2,400 handmade micro sculptures, which will be sold throughout the show, shifting the visualization.
The exhibition includes a range of lively works which break down into three series, that of Configuration, Song and Consumerism.
Invasion captures Richard Hoffman’s bold use of colour, whilst at its heart remains playful and celebratory of existence.