multi media exploration of identity through the domestic spaces of londoners
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THE LIVING ROOM

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“The Living Room” was an art installation commissioned by the Watermans Arts Centre in Brentford, London in 2005. The Project drew from a variety of material gathered through systematic research focusing on a selection of 8 homes and their occupants. Presented as a collection of documentary films, audio interviews, photography and print works; this multimedia art exhibition addressed peoples’ individuality through the looking glass of their living spaces.

This installation was later developed and expanded into a larger exhibition entitled “Domestic Archaeology” at the Geffrye Museum in east London in 2006.

Concept:Chris Allen & Robert Rainbow
Collaborating Artists:Chris Allen, Robert Rainbow, Brede Korsmo, Jude Greenaway and Tim Cowie
Producer:Alice Ceresole