An exploration of queer politics through the medium of architecture and architexture, The Villa Design Group offers us an anthology of poetry, design, sketch, song, geography, theater, and more. Referencing the histories implicit in fashion, literature, and the arts while simultaneously composing a universe of its own, Repertory invites us into a world of queer object(ivitie)s.
Villa Design Group creates sculptures, videos, and scripted performances inspired by the formal languages of architecture, theater, and the decorative arts. The London-based collective—comprised of Than Hussein Clark, James Connick, and William Joys—seeks to create a “theater of design” inhabited by “queer objects.” These objects are embedded in speculative narratives that ask what it might mean for a thing, not a person, to be queer today.
Format: 165 × 230 mm
Binding: perfect bound with poster jacket