INHABIT exhibition review

After three successful days of ‘INHABIT’, which saw the best part of 1000 people visiting the show, the exhibition closed its doors on Sunday evening, while the ever changing crowd attending the Hackney Wicked Festival was still moving around, in search of art, entertainment and a cold drink in the evening sun.Lee Cavaliere, gallery manager at Max Wigram gallery and Sarah Roesink of studio ideologio, came up with the idea for a show around the theme of architecture and space. INHABIT is really only the start, a bigger show is planned for later in the year focussing on either end of the inhabited space. The space before it is inhabited and the space after people have left, eerie white walls and uncanny memories that live in the rooms left vacant, are the subject of the upcoming project. Coming back to the recent show, suiting the theme, the exhibition was hosted in Cavaliere’s home which he shares with artist Kit Merritt who was also part of the show.

INHABIT private view
INHABIT exhibition view
INHABIT exhibition view
INHABIT exhibition view
INHABIT exhibition view
Sarah Roesink, James Wite
Sarah Roesink, James Wite
Nicolás González - 'The Blind Horse'
Nicolás González - 'The Blind Horse'
Maca Yanez & Eric Schockmel - 'Macay'
Maca Yanez & Eric Schockmel - 'Macay'
Kit Merritt, Minnie Weisz
Kit Merritt, Minnie Weisz
INHABIT private view (Dani Marti)
INHABIT private view (Dani Marti)
INHABIT private view
INHABIT private view