home from home
Where: Salvage City at Acklam
Village 3 Acklam Road W10 5TY
When: Salvage City Open
Friday 18 to Sunday 20 July, and Wednesday 23 to Sunday 27 July |
13:00 to 22:00
Tickets: Free | No booking
Home from Home interprets the festival theme of
dwelling in unity through the sharing of residents' own private
spaces. Eight images that represent eight homes across all corners
of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea will be selected and
made into a unique set of deckchairs for public use throughout the
Get Involved, Make It Happen
Residents of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea are
invited to share photographs to form part of a new artwork. These
images will show details of your home - like a lounge or kitchen -
that reflect your personality and make it feel your own. Any type
of dwelling is welcome, as long as it’s in the borough.
Email up to three images and your contact details including your
full name, your full address and postcode, and a contact phone
number to firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadline for submissions is 8 July 2014.
If your photo is selected, you will receive an invitation to a
special festival event, have your image printed on a deckchair and
can take home your very own deckchair after the festival
closes on Sunday 27 July 2014.
Images need to be:
- Digital, at least 2.5MB size but no larger than 8MB
- In a portrait format as this will look good on the long and
narrow seat of a deckchair.
- Capture the details that you'd like to show from your home
room, aspects that reflect how you've made it feel your own.
- Taken in daylight and, if possible, avoiding showing posters,
album covers or art in the room, unless they are your own works, or
you have permission to reproduce them.
Full terms and conditions are available at www.natashavicars.com/termsconditions
About The Artist
Natasha Vicars makes site-specific visual art, writing and
collaborative performance. She engages creatively in real word
settings, creates temporary communities and shifts people’s
experience of a particular place. Participation and interaction are
central to her practice, particularly through the use of social
media. She initiated the Seven Art Writers collective and has
collaborated on several Twitter performance writing projects.
Her work has previously been shown at the Whitstable Biennale,
The Street project from Whitechapel Gallery, Battersea Arts Centre,
Arnolfini Bristol and LIFT Molten Festival.