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Public Projects Ongoing

Unreal Estate

28 September to 14 December 2019

**BE AT THE CENTRE OF IT ALL**

Located* in Digbeth, Birmingham, the UK’s “second city”. A handsome work of art built circa 2019. Move into an Unreal Estate apartment and you’ll be at the epicentre of one of the most progressive cities in the UK*. Unreal Estate is nestled* in the heart of Digbeth, dubbed the city’s creative quarter and a prime spot for development.

LOUNGE/DINING ROOM. GROUND FLOOR LOCATION, 0 BEDROOMS, 0 BATHROOM, 0 KITCHEN, NO CHAIN. CONVENIENT LOCATION* POTENTIALLY CLOSE TO DESIRABLE SCHOOLS, ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENTS, EPC RATING UNCLEAR. GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR FIRST TIME BUYER**.

*Subject to change

**Of art

60k, cash buyers only, unfurnished.

Viewings available soon, contact the gallery for a full pack.

 

Sofia Niazi is an artist, administrator and the 2018-1019 Wheatley Fellow and Birmingham School of Art.

Sofia Niazi (b. 1986, London. Lives and works in Birmingham). As part of her fellowship research, Sofia Niazi has been investigating the visual culture of the housing market and exploring what the proliferation of online property websites and our relationship to them reveals about how we live in images today.

Sofia is part of One of My Kind (OOMK), a collaborative publishing practice with Rose Nordin, and Heiba Lamara. OOMK make publish and distribute books and printed works which arise from self-initiated projects. Commission by Create London in 2016, the trio set up and run Rabbits Road Press, a community Risograph printing press in Newham, London.
Recent projects include ‘In Common’ an artist residency at Serpentine Galleries London, 2019, ‘Big Family Press’ (South London Gallery, London, 2018), ‘Barbican Box: Collaboration’ (Barbican, London 2018), and ‘Sermons’, collaborative project supported by New Art Exchange, Nottingham (2018). Sofia has been commissioned to produce illustrations and artwork for Kew Gardens, The Guardian and Barbican, amongst other. Her writing has appeared in Dazed, The Inking Woman and The Library Was. She regularly presents her work and delivers workshops at universities, arts institutions and in community settings.