The door is always open and the work never stops. For a whole week, a three-bedroom house located at the heart of London’s museum quarter will be inhabited by 10 international artists, living and working together. Having 24/7 access, the public can experience an environment wherein they can intimately immerse themselves in the liveness of the moments of making. No time limit, no closing time.
Brgy. South Kensington wants to be treated as an avenue for understanding what constitutes an artwork, where it takes place, when it ends, how it's relevant in our daily lives, and a multitude of whys. Show up and ask questions. Consider this small community as a place wherein your closed groups can be bridged to other closed groups. Through this *Barangay’s temporal existence, let’s all attempt to try and cross our ever widening social divides.
ARTISTS: Erik Arazi / Rhine Bernardino / Rowland Hill & Jack Sheen / Luli Perez / Matthew Harrison Lord / Natalie Wearden / The Uncollective & Sara Sassanelli
video by Youmee Hwang
Curated by Vittoria Bonifati, Jeth Reyes and Linda Rocco