A House Within A Home by Phill Hopkins | Pitched by Jadene Imbusch | Collaborations On The Corner

PREVIEW: SATURDAY 10th AUGUST | 12am – 5pm

‘A House Within A Home’ by Phill Hopkins and ‘Pitched’ by Jadene Imbusch are two solo exhibitions that look at the subject of what makes a House a Home and the distinctions between the two concepts. 

Lion Mask: Phill Hopkins (2019)

In the case of Hopkins, whose career has been defined by a world of miniaturised representations of the ambitions and problems of the world in which we live, ‘A House Within A Home’ scales up the work into a sculptural installation spread over two rooms at BasementArtsProject. The project looks at the burgeoning homelessness crisis, the politics of wider society and their impact on both a local and world scale. Over the years Hopkins has looked at the world through the biased lens of popular media and attempted to create a more balanced view on the world situation, here Hopkins pulls the focus onto a subject at the heart of this South Leeds community and translates it in his own very singular manner.




Pitched: Jadene Imbusch (2019)

In the format of a ‘slight’ intervention throughout the ground floor of the house, ‘Pitched’ by Jadene Imbusch looks at the subject of transience within a community, using her work to highlight the presence of those that are most ignored and neglected.


In the lead up to these exhibitions, Hopkins and Imbusch worked on a mail art project sending eight individual pieces back and forth in the post adding their own contributions to each others work.‘A House Within A Home’, ‘Pitched’ and ‘Collaborations On The Corner’ are part of ‘On The Corner’, and have received support from INDEX FESTIVAL . Documentation of the collaborations can be found at https://www.basementartsproject.com/collaborations-on-the-corner 

Q. No Adults (2019) Phill Hopkins & Jadene Imbusch

‘On the Corner’ is a project initiated by BasementArtsProject that will be realised during the Yorkshire Sculpture International: 22.06.19 – 29.09.19 as part of the Index Festival and will present the work of Keith Ackerman, Dominic Hopkinson, Phill Hopkins and Jadene Imbusch. The project is a direct response to the statement put forward by artist Phyllida Barlow for the Yorkshire Sculpture International 2019 that says ‘sculpture is the most anthropological of the art forms’ and ‘there is a basic human impulse to make and connect with objects.’

BasementArtsProject has been working for the last eight years on projects that are aimed at raising the profile of art within the South Leeds community, and South Leeds within the city, national and international art scene. This project will see the realisation of two public sculptures on the corner of Dewsbury and Tunstall Road and two residency / exhibitions at BasementArtsProject, also on the same corner.

BasementArtsProject is located (On The Corner):

28 Back Burton Terrace, Beeston, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS11 5JH

Contact: Bruce Davies on 0750 672 1504 or by e-mail at basementartsproject@gmail.com

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Also coming as part of On The Corner

Jacob’s Ladder (2014 original – 2019 new version): Keith Ackerman
Nature of Balance (2005): Dominic Hopkinson

On The Corner is part of, and supported by, Index Festival and is a part of the Yorkshire Sculpture International 2019