Home Invasion: Art by Claire Healy and Sean Cordiero

Home Invasion: Art by Claire Healy and Sean Cordiero

Sarah Coffey
Nov 28, 2007

We found Claire Healy and Sean Cordeiro earlier today, while researching our post on IKEA's Lack Shelf. The image above popped up in one of our searches, and we were immediately drawn in...

Pulp Lack and World Lack are installations made with IKEA's Lack Shelves, pulp fiction novels, and atlases. They're part of a series that explores the home's unconscious spaces: "where those things linger that are not allowed or required to cross the threshold, that wait in storage for someone to revisit them one day" (quote from Astrid Mania).

Claire and Sean live in Sydney, Australia, where they've staged installations in many galleries and museums. Their art uses everyday objects found in the home, displaced and transformed.

Related Links:

  • The Gallery: Jennifer Hill
  • The Gallery: Rosie Gregory
  • Jacob Hashimoto at Rhona Hoffman Gallery

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