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Abandoned Houses Get Transformed Into Temporary, Pop-Up Art Museums
By Dorothy Tan, 21 Feb 2013
Columbus, Ohio is home to ‘Rooms To Let Temporary Art Space’, an art community project that lets artists get creative with abandoned or donated houses in the inner-city area.
Using these often overlooked spaces as sites and inspiration for their artworks, the results of the project are usually unexpected and wonderful to behold.
For instance, a student collaborative project with the Columbus College of Art & Design transformed the interior of a house into a beautiful light installation.
The brainchild of artist Melissa Vogley Woods, Room To Let is preparing for an upcoming text-driven exhibition—‘Words To Let’—that will involve 10 local and international writers and artists.
[via Lost At E Minor]
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