HOUSEHOLD is a curatorial collective that encourages audiences to re-negotiate how they view and interact with art in urban and domestic spaces. The collective aims to create opportunities to experience new work in unrestricted, non-commercial and non-institutional contexts.

LATEST NEWS: Household collective are Curators in Residence at PS²

We are excited to announce that Household collective will be Curators in Residence for the next year at PS². We will use our residency for independent curatorial research and programming. Apart from our own work, we have also been invited to critically interfere and add to the existing programme of PS² and curate a project.

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Congratulations to Household co-curator Kim McAleese on her new position as Associate Curator at Grand Union (Birmingham). She and co-curator Sighle Bhreathnach-Cashell have (re)commenced their studies, Sighle at the Piet Zwart Institute MFA (Rotterdam), and Kim at the CuratorLab at Konstfack (Stockholm). Household's Eoin Dara presented a talk about Household and the Belfast art scene at ICI (New York) this summer; and Household co-curatorAlissa Kleist has conducted research at various international events and biennale's across Europe as part of her Arts Council of Northern Ireland ACES Curatorial award.

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