Perfectly at Home

Group exhibition, New City Space, Glasgow, UK, 28-30 Nov 2013


Things such as tables and televisions belong in a home. Although Art is made of things, it is not just like any other thing. It is said to be special.

Perfectly at Home is an art project conceived to explore the nature of the relationships that define Art, and develop between Art and commonplace things that surround it.

Sited in a fully liveable flat, the Art and things in Perfectly at Home open up possibilities for life to be practically shared with Art - how they flourish together, get into each other's way, or end up becoming like one another.

Artists: Simon Buckley, Saejin Choi, Magdalen Chua, Chun Kai Qun, Brandon Cramm, Joo Choon Lin, Darius Kowal, Gabriel Leung, Steven Murray, AJ Meadows, Hoshino Ryoutarou, Keeley Stitt, Cedric Tai and Rachel Yezbick

Curated by: Kai Qun Chun and Choon Lin Joo

Tinderbox, 224x113cm, pigment on backlit film in window lightbox, 2012 Glasgow, also called the 'Tinderbox City'. This work was installed facing the street and only visible to the public outside the gallery space.

Tinderbox, 224x113cm, pigment on backlit film in window lightbox, 2012

Glasgow, also called the 'Tinderbox City'. This work was installed facing the street and only visible to the public outside the gallery space.

Installation view and works by participating artists.