The House that Art Built is a body of work centred around the notion of an art gallery as a transitional site. Several devices were constructed with the aim of creating new sites for artistic facilitation within a public environment.
The first device stands at 2.3 m tall and folds out to roughly over 3 meters in length. its primary function is to provide a moveable gallery wall for artists seeking to bring their work to a general public. The two halves of the wall are hinged at the centre allowing for easy folding and right corner angling with a central installation hub secreted within the shell of the walls. Within this hub there are all of the materials needed to hang and install artworks on the wall, as well as several pack down plinths for three-dimensional work.
The second device is a weather ready sheltered mobile plinth which features a pack down umbrella should the weather be not so obliging. The plinth is designed with the capacity to also hold small artworks in storage and a beer fridge for opening events as well. a series of smaller plinths would also suitably fit this interior space.
The third device is a mobile floor. Painted in a neutral and stately grey this mobile expanse can also be pulled along by the artist and is designed to fit comfortably in the bed of a standard ute.