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Ian Strange: Disturbed Home Book Launch, Signing, and Artist Talk


When: Wednesday, 21 September 6:30PM - 8PM 
Where: Bookshop by Uro, 5/30 Perry Street, Collingwood Yards 

Damiani, Thames & Hudson Australia, and Bookshop by Uro are proud to host an artist talk and book signing events with artist Ian Strange to celebrate the release of ‘Disturbed Home’. 

'Disturbed Home' is the first comprehensive survey of Strange's architectural interventions, including photographic and filmic interpretations of those structural works. Highlighting projects of the past twelve years and spanning geographies from Strange’s native Australia, to New Zealand, Japan, Poland, and the United States, Strange’s provocative transformations of damaged or abandoned homes unlock themes of social upheaval and geographic displacement caused by a variety of factors—economic blight, environmental disaster, and social migrations.

Published in partnership with FotoFocus, and on the occasion of the 2022 FotoFocus Biennial, Disturbed Home includes scholarly essays by FotoFocus artistic director and curator Kevin Moore and Britt Salvesen, curator and head of the Wallis Annenberg Photography Department and the Prints and Drawings Department at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA).

Biography: Ian Strange
Ian Strange is a transdisciplinary artist whose work explores architecture, space, and the home. His practice includes multifaceted collaborative community-based projects, architectural interventions, and exhibitions resulting in photography, sculpture, installation, site-specific works, film, and documentary. His studio practice includes painting and drawing, as well as ongoing research and archival projects. Additionally, he has created collaborative projects with other practitioners and institutions in the fields of dance, music, performance, and film.

Event ticket sales include a $5 discount from the book, Disturbed Home, which will be available for purchase on the night.

Please note, there will be limited seating, and we encourage any patrons that prefer to be seated to arrive 10 minutes before the commencement of the artist talk.