Home Wheres (The History)

 

Home Wheres is the title of the ongoing body of work from artist and designer, Andrew Hayim De Vries. The narrative reflects on the mass issue of consumer waste within society, and highlights concepts of reuse and creative up-cycling as a motion towards sustainability. View the history below in date order.

 

2014

'Lighting Conditions Do Apply'

Lighting Objects

An ongoing collection of up-cycled design lighting objects, using discarded goods.

Visit: www.lightingconditionsdoapply.com


2011-2012

'Bubble Into The Continuum: NEUROTIC subject of being'

Exhibition

An exhibition of unique table where pieces, constructed from donated discarded goods. Exhibited at Garage Mahal Home Studio Gallery, WA.


2009

'Table Where: Form Function'

Exhibition

An exhibition of unique table where pieces, constructed from donated discarded goods. Exhibited at Garage Mahal Home Studio Gallery, WA.


2005 - 2013

'Garage Mahal Home'

Second Home

Andrew's second home, a sustainably designed property located in Perth WA, featuring a vertical green wall.

Visit: www.garagemahalhome.com


2004

'Hubble In A Bubble'

Exhibition

An exhibition of unique table where pieces, constructed from discarded goods donated via 100 Hubble. Exhibited at Fremantle Art Centre, WA.


1985 - 2004

'100 Hubble'

First Home

Andrew's first home at 100 Hubble St, East Fremantle WA, a well renowned local landmark, which attracts interest from far and wide, and collected a mass amount of discarded objects.

Click to see TV Videos on YouTube


1984

'Seeing Is Necking'

Performance

Andrew performs 'Seeing is Necking' in Auckland, NZ in 1984 as part of an ongoing line of 'digs' performances both in Australia and abroad. Click to see video performances.