These pieces allow viewers to inhabit bodies, relationships and built environments which have come to feel like home and since been transformed into hostile and unfamiliar spaces. 

Ranging in subject from a neurological condition to the politics of housing, and the entwined ecological, indigenous and regulatory histories of Los Angeles, the works presented in Losing Home share this thematic concern of the familiar becoming unfamiliar. Using immersive and interactive media including virtual and mixed reality and video game technologies, these manifestations of alienation come to be more viscerally experienced, and in some cases, embodied.

The exhibition is free to attend and is open from: 

Thu 25 Apr, 4.30pm – 7pm (private view) 

Fri 26 Apr, 12pm – 7pm 

Sat 27 Apr, 12pm – 7pm 

Sun 28 Apr, 12pm – 7pm 

Mon 29 Apr, 12pm – 5:30pm 


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