ACT! Social justice homelessness

21 June 2022

ACT! Social justice homelessness - a Space for us?

Guided visit by artist Richard DeDomenici’s to his most ambitious architectural project to date: a portable house, disguised as a piece of urban infrastructure.

Designed to fit on the back of a lorry, the prototype structure is intended to go unnoticed and operate off the grid.

For the London Festival of Architecture 2022 DeDomenici and A Space For Us - Somers Town’s new social history museum - has temporarily positioned the recently completed house in Somers Town.

This event takes a performative look into homelessness in and around this installation. We walk from the People's Museum, Somers Town to the installation guided by artist Richard DeDomici.

Anarchitecture is designed by architect Zean MacFarlane.

Refreshments will be served in the 'house' - how many of us can fit?
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Somers Town Museum - A Space for us

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People's Museum Somers Town

52 Phoenix Rd


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