Highland Institute for Contemporary Art
The Highland Institute for Contemporary Art (HICA) is an artist-run space, located near Inverness in the North of Scotland. The gallery occupies part of a farm building situated in hills close to Loch Ness. Its relatively remote setting provides a very particular context for exhibitions.
HICA was established in 2008, as a public contemporary art space, by the artists Geoff Lucas and Eilidh Crumlish.
HICA also acts as an experimental space for artists, enabling the exploration of ideas, particularly those related to the project’s focus on the term Concrete Art.
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