Uncanny World of Interiors

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sixcarolineplace opened for art in 2016 with a residency awarded to Olivia Aggett, with work produced shown with Uncanny World of Interiors as part of the second Plymouth Art Weekender.

Our interior space for living is where we are most revealed, as here we make our most personal mark. The temporary domestic space at Caroline Place showcases the work of artists and designers working with everyday materials, transforming the mundane into objects of desire.

The unheimlich of Freud’s analysis wherein things pertaining to homeliness and domesticity are somewhat wrong footed by one thing or another, subjective to be sure, make us question what exactly ‘home’ is. A place? A feeling? A tribe we belong to? This is a subject that has substantial contemporary currency as migration and dislocation move cultures from places of conflict or through economic displacement. Small items may be carried from one place to another – or left behind, to be found later and integrated into the scheme of things. Such items and dislocation surface within the disrupted home environment of the Uncanny World of Interiors.