The Giant Dolls' House Project
The Giant Dolls' house project is an ongoing collaborative community arts project that raises awareness about the importance of a home for all. The project is the result of ongoing research into the use of dolls’ houses and imaginary homes as a way to explore domesticity and architecture by Catja de Haas. The project has raised money at several events for the Housing and Homelessness Charity Shelter .
Installation at thejamjardubai with students from AUD Dubai. With prof. Julia Townsend. January 2017
Our next project is in London! Come by and build a dolls' house in a shoebox!
Follow us on Facebook or Instagram @giantdollshouse. Do you want to participate? Contact us: Keep an eye out for us at The Peanut Factory in Edenton! We will be there on the 24th of October! Past installations: thejamjardubai; Shelter HQ(part of LFA15, with Artescape); Maestro Arts Gallery (part of LFA16); #critical values; Wimbledon Common Windmill; 80 The Gallery; TESTBED01 (with Artescape); Bournemouth University of the Arts; American University Dubai; AUL Chelsea.