The Living Room Project was devised to help Sheila, Caitlin Newton Broad and Emma Wolukau-Wanambwa reconstruct their artistic ‘living rooms’ and to support the development of their respective practices.

The project culminated in 2009, and by then all 3 artists had got a clear sense of their artistic identities.

Aside from meeting at regular intervals, the project organised a 3 week 'making' intensive that culminated in a final open studio event at The Fleapit in London, undertook a 4 week residency at the Performance Space in Sydney and led a DIY project as part the Live Art Development Agency's programme of Professional Development run BY artists and FOR artists.


When you collaborate with me, I invite you into my living room.
— Raimund Hoghe speaking at NRLA 2004