Hage

For Location Information please email Nadia

HOUSERULES will commence 2017 with an extraordinary event at the Rabih Hage furniture warehouse in Park Royal. Rabih Hage is an architect and designer based in London and has very kindly given us permission to creatively explore his collection of furniture which occupies a unit in a transient community of industrials parks lining the Regents Canal. We are inviting creative fellows from disciplines such as fine art, drama, music, dance, security, performance, etc. to respond to this particular location and setting.

As always HOUSERULES approaches situations and places embracing each particular location, its limitations as well as possibilities. The event will take place on Sunday the 29th of January from 12-6pm.

Contributing artists:


James Blake, Ailsa Sinclair, Marcus Orlandi, Jayne Lloyd, Yiman Lin, Jeremy Lee, Artemis Crowly, Rejane Lhote, Laura Malacart, Rebecca Glover, Elspeth Sharp, Rachel Jane Conn, Luis Ignacio, Natalie Keymist, Jefford Horrigan, Nadia Berri, Ben Faga, Cristina Pedreira, Matthew Hammond, Ruben Green, Sophie Mak-Schram, Agnes Bakucz-Canario, Yen Lin

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About

In Spring 2014 thirteen artists occupied and developed work in response to 20,000 sqf of a deserted office floor in East India Dock, London, under the banner of HOUSERULES.

A space for spontaneous experimentation was created for both artists and audience.

HOUSERULES has since continued, unsubscribed to a fixed location, as a nomadic occurrence appearing in unexpected places.

HOUSERULES embraces indeterminacy; bringing, but also questioning, freedom, action and play into the context of a given space. Each particular location will come with its own set of ‘house rules’ and will be the starting point for each artist’s response through his or her own artistic ‘lens’.

HOUSERULES invites artists from various disciplines to contribute. The individual works take on a variety of media, including dance/movement, film, installation, sculpture, written/spoken word and sound, all coming together to form a temporary situation of creative energy.