ALEKSANDRA KUGACKA 2016-17 YEAR 3
Nested in-between the walls of two family houses The Unhomely Hotel challenges the notion of home. To dwell in this hotel is to occupy the fringes of inhabitation.
Secret mechanisms, out of sight ornaments, strangely familiar shadows – uncanny is everything that ought to have remained hidden yet comes to light. The back of the house emerges; the entrance is lost in darkness. Crafted nooks and passages of the hotel seduce and bewitch its occupants. The memory of home blurs as the architectural uncanny materializes.
Tutors: Colin Herperger, Thomas Pearce