Home Made Home: Cart To Go


Structure constructed of recuperated and surplus building materials, 97.5 x 38 x 81 in

Cart To Go is a piece within the Home Made Home project, which focuses on small structures and dwellings designed to fulfill real needs. Cart To Go is a mobile kiosk built of recuperated and surplus construction materials. Constructed on casters, it has a large service window, an interior fold-down bench, and integrated shelving and lighting. The only materials purchased to produce the piece were fasteners and sealants.

Home Made Home: Cart To Go has been given to the University of British Columbia Visual Arts Student Association, for use by students.

Construction assistant: Nic Miskin
Thanks: Wil Aballe, Wil Aballe Art Projects; Nick Smolinski, Art History and Visual Art Department, University of British Columbia

Solo Exhibitions: Richmond Art Gallery, Home Made Home, 2018.
Solo Exhibitions: Evergreen Cultural Centre, Home Made Home, 2018.
Group Exhibitions: AHVA Gallery, Audain Art Centre, This is it with it as it is, 2016.
Other Media: Richmond Art Gallery, Artist Germaine Koh discusses the exhibition Home Made Home, 2018.

Germaine Koh, Home Made Home: Cart To Go, 2016, 97.5 x 38 x 81, structure of recuperated and surplus building supplies. Installation view at AHVA Gallery, 2016. Photo: Dani Boynton