Haydar is collaborating with British painter Tom Young, photographer Karim Sakr and performance artist Nadine Sures for the exhibition. Young will be exhibiting 30 paintings as a response to the house, its adjoining garden and the rapidly developing city which surrounds it. Haydar is creating site specific sculptural installations on the themes of displacement and self containment. Sakr is producing a series of ‘superimposed’ photographs about the memory of the building’s former residents, whilst Sures will be giving an improvised performance based on archival imagery of events that took place at the house in 1963.
The exhibition opened on 13th December 2017, and continues daily until 12th January 2018 12pm-7pm, with a percentage of proceeds going to disadvantaged children.