Hartley has always been both a sculptor and a painter, and the two practices are intimately connected in his work. A close kinship is discernible here—both paintings and sculptures are characterized by a rich, textural quality that makes you want to reach out and touch. Coloring is complex in both cases. Bright neons leap out yet a long process of layering and removing paint creates an overall effect that is steady, integrated, and controlled. In fact, the relationship goes beyond mere appearance. Hartley has used the foam off-cuts from which the sculptures are made as stamps to press snaking forms onto some of the canvases. The foam is later cast through a process of freezing in resin. By showing the paintings and sculptures side by side, the exhibition draws out the solidity of the paintings and the linearity of the sculptures, positioning them as two sides of a coin, and as interlinked facets of a very particular vision.