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    1 October 2012


    Holes in the Wall was a one-night-only, site-specific installation in a Carlton North home. The house was emptied of its inhabitants and artists worked within the confines of the existing domestic space, creating installations amidst the everyday lives of the people that normally reside there.

    An artist was assigned to each room of the house, (3 bedrooms and a living room) and art collective Urban Village Melbourne created work for the outside spaces (front garden/footpath, backyard and laneway bar).

    The audience, mostly local community, could not enter the house but rather were invited to peer from the laneway into these strange yet familiar worlds via the windows.

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