Found via @kickpleat from the Canadian Design Resource
Using an abandoned house a few kilometers from Sinclair, Manitoba, Heather Benning creates a life sized dollhouse in the Canadian prairies.
Heather spent two summers turning the house into an art installation - cleaning, re-plastering walls, painting, buying, setting up - as part of her project as artist in residence at Redvers, Saskatchewan.
One side of the house is left open and replaced with a clear plexi glass for people to peek in like a "real" dollhouse. Heather has created a home in which the family that lived there had left it unaffected back in 1968 including a wall clock resting at 9:03.
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