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"Happy Families: Tensions and Dynamics of the Intimate and the Domestic."
2003-08-16 until 2003-08-30
Lost Property
London, , UK United Kingdom

Home is a space that hums with memories and possibility. A one bedroom flat on the busy Harrow Road plays host to Happy Families, an exploration into the tensions and dynamics of the intimate and the domestic. Artists; Ruth Berenbaum, Anna Blom, Anne Brodie, Lisa Castagner, Claire Coles, Rikke Digerud, Anna Hutton, Claire Lewis, Ed Orton, May Parnas, Shashi Patel, Richard Pell, Elaine Sheldon, Steve Tillotson and Jemma Weston investigate and reflect on the relationship between inhabitants and their environment. Navigating the notions of territory, they demonstrate an inescapable truth; home is everything; the artefacts we treasure to items used daily. Where Fine Art redefines Interiors, Happy Families confronts the ritual of the everyday and turns it into the unexpected.

A ‘part-time’ viewing space Happy Families will co-exist alongside the normal day-to-day life of the owners with performance pieces being presented over two weeks. Evening events are small informal affairs Monday to Friday, opening from 6 pm to 9pm by invitation only. For an invitation please contact: Alana Pryce 0794 042 0631 D’vina Cox 0775 341 4026 Suzanne McDougall 0774 389 9782

Public open days: Saturdays 16, 23 and 30 August 11am – 5 pm. Pre-booking is essential and admission is free.

About Lost Property:

A voluntary group, founded in 2000, LOST PROPERTY staged its inaugural show ‘360°at the Roundhouse’ in January 2001 and the highly successful MUTINY show at The Barge House, South Bank in January 2003 .The group is made up of a diverse range of artists and performers, including everything from dance to installation. Self-funded to date, LOST PROPERTY relies on contributions from its member artists and the public.

Really cool. A lot of new talent that will go a long way, I liked the combination of different art cultures, especially the integration of fashion into the art realm. Martin Sparks, Sleaze Nation

IMAGE:
Lisa Castagner
The Joy of Soft
( Video, 2 min 55 sec, 2002


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