In the Fire

2 - 25 February 2023

In the Fire brings together works by Hings Lim, Veronika Neukirch and Pam Su at Gerald Moore Gallery’s Ground Floor exhibition space. Fire and heat are crucial to our existence. The sun, our main source of warmth and light keeps the planet from freezing and plants alive which in turn maintains life. Artists in the exhibition explore fire and light as both nurturing and destructive elements as well as notions of energy, renewal, and transparency in glass, ceramics, and video works.


Exhibition runs from 2nd to 25th February 2023.



The opening event will be held on Friday 3rd February 2023 from 4 – 8pm.

The exhibition is open every Saturday 10am to 4pm until 25th February 2023 or by appointment for other days.


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Hings Lim is an interdisciplinary artist living and working in Los Angeles. He works in an expanded use of medium that includes video, installation, sculpture, performance, simulation, and situation. His process-oriented practice probes the formation of apparatuses, while addresses the multiplicities between historicity, performativity, materiality, and subjectivity of things and their becoming.


He completed a Master of Fine Arts degree and the Performance Studies Graduate Certificate at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles in 2021, as a recipient of the USC International Artist Fellowship; and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, Malaysia in 2012.


Originally from Germany, Veronika Neukirch is an artist and educator based in London since 2005. In 2019 she graduated from the Royal College of Art (MA Sculpture) and was the recipient of the Gilbert Bayes Trust Sculpture Award. Neukirch completed her BA in Fine Art at Central Saint Martins (2013) and briefly studied at University of the Arts UdK Berlin.


Pam Su is an artist working in ceramics. Her practice ruminates on existential questions and abstract forms attempt to conjure an alien, phantasmagorical space bridging the personal with the universal. Su was born in Taiwan and raised in America. She holds a MA in Ceramics and Glass from the Royal College of Art and a BA in Film Studies from Cornell University.