Kensington & Chelsea

Artist

YOU&ME and Zöe fudge:

THE Public house

THe public house

YOU&ME and Zöe fudge

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 required

The Public House combines elements from the domestic setting to create a publicly-accessible and shared series of spaces for eating, resting and discussion. The domestic spaces encourage a discussion about the role of public space as an extension of our homes within the city. Created by Architects you&me and Artist Zoë Fudge, this series of abstracted domestic spaces respond to the spaces under the Westway and house installations and events by a variety of visual and performance artists.

The fabrication of the project, in collaboration with the Goldfinger Factory, uses simple and familiar construction methods that are reminiscent of domestic construction readily available from DIY stores, using reclaimed and found materials from in and around the spaces under the Westway and uses simple and familiar construction methods that are reminiscent of domestic construction readily available from DIY stores, using reclaimed and found materials from in and around the spaces under the Westway.

About the Artists

you&me is a multi-disciplinary architecture platform established by Alicja Borkowska and Iris Papadatou, committed to making things - a postcard, a book, an installation, a building - using playful, challenging and inclusive methodologies. Even the smallest interventions can have a big impact and community participation throughout the process is key to their approach.
www.youandmearchitecture.com

Zoë Fudge is an artist and architect, whose work explores imaginary environments through the structural and material qualities of space, manifesting in sculptures that play on our fascination with the miniature.
zefudge.com

The team have worked together on a number of public realm projects, their successful collaboration lying with their common interests and passion in public engagement, creating interactive environments, contextual design and the making process.

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