Each participating artist has been randomly assigned a place within the dollhouse which they may then install an exhibition / installation in miniature reflecting upon and interpreting the themes of place and displacement.

Diana Shpungin's graphite and bandaged installation on the edifice, photo by Andrew Cornell Robinson 2017



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.

(See before photographs)





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