Owen Hammond The Wonderful House

I am fascinated with the places in which people live, the shelter they have made for themselves and where they have made it. I am curious about the circumstances that have dictated their choices, whether it is political, environmental, traditional or accidental.

Art Exhibition previously on at Mailbox Art Space in Flinders Lane precinct, Victoria, Australia.
From Tuesday 01 November 2011 to Friday 02 December 2011

Cave image A Herd of Houses image Barbs House image Cactus House image Glass House image Holey House image Jack's House image Listing House image Mummy's House image Muybridge's House image Neds House image Newtons House image Rick's House image Skeleton image Suburb image Test Tube House image The Wave image The Nest image Tower image

Published by anonymous on Monday 07 November 2011.
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The construction of the place can be myriad, from leaves to concrete, from cars to crashed aeroplanes. They can be made with love or with madness. I am intrigued with how people live within their houses. They are full of a multitude of feelings, connections, histories and memories. The material “stuff” contained within can be minimal, functional, wasteful or inseparable from their psyche. I love to explore the relationship a person has with their house and the large relationship of that house with the world around it.