Theres a chair in there...

This is a detail from Dream Home one of the artworks by Paul Gorman in his latest exhibition showing in Lismore.

House Sitting is an exhibition of artwork by Paul Gorman showing at the Next Contemporary Art Space in Goodman Plaza at Southern Cross University in Lismore. It opens next Monday, February 19.

House Sitting explores home as a state of mind and an agency for building, renovating, placing and remembering. Bungalow houses sit upon (and inside) chairs transformed in material, scale and locality.

In his sculpture and photography, the single chair and the model bungalow home combine to form a commentary on the experience of place and dwelling.

The exhibition runs until March 1.

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