|Crates near The Tower|
Welcome to the Dwell exhibition and book. For a whole month we will be taking each artist's page and transforming it into a 3 dimensional dwelling. Each one of these small sculptures will be exhibited in public on the London streets.
|Create your own Dwelling|
Kim has exhibited in several magnet shows in recent years. Like his sister, Kim is a keen indoor wall climber. Kim is also a Karate student and Minecraft fan. Kim's recent interests include Manga drawings, art works, comics and films.
Kim's net is simply titled, 'Crates'.
We placed Crates on a wall in front of a bed of dried grasses in front of a glass fronted building near the Tower of London.
Crates allows the builder to create their own dwelling: stacking the crates however one chooses and using the poles to add a roof or other architectural feature.
|Net for Crates|
Crates as a place to dwell suggests a rather basic dwelling, perhaps a place to curl up in a warehouse or dock as part of a journey or an adventure.
The idea of crates as a dwelling also suggests a more sinister form of dwelling such as the illegal international trade in animals.
Don't forget to have a look at the next Collect Connect project, 'The Art of Caring' exhibition at The Rose Theatre in Kingston-upon-Thames. The theme is Caring/Care and it is FREE to enter.
To buy the Dwell Book for £6 then follow this LINK.