“Home is Where the Heart is” is an exhibition about place and displacement. The exhibition at the Kustera Projects gallery will take place within the context of a large dollhouse that was recovered from a home severely damaged by hurricane Sandy. Both Kustera Projects and the surrounding Red Hook, Brooklyn neighborhood were also directly impacted by the storm as were several of the artists and curators participating in this project. The exhibition seeks to bring together a group of artists and designers to demonstrate a contemporary vision of place and displacement within the context of a miniature installation space (a dollhouse) in a gallery within the context of a community (Red Hook, Brooklyn) that continues to experience both economic and environmental displacement.

Curators Andrew Cornell Robinson, Jim Osman and Anna Kustera

Kustera Projects, Red Hook, 57 Wolcott Street, Brooklyn, NY 11231, annakustera.com
Opening reception 6pm Saturday 29 April 2017. Exhibition on view through Sunday 4 June 2017.

Home is Where the Heart is, a project of acrStudio, the arts + crafts research Studio of Andrew Cornell Robinson © 2017