UNSEEN is a multimedia project sharing the hidden experiences of women and homelessness. During one week of each month between March and December 2021, the UNSEEN Chrome Tiny House and UNSEEN Chrome Car will be positioned in a variety of locations across the Sydney CBD to act as the central hub for public engagement in the topic of women’s housing insecurity and homelessness. UNSEEN offers women who have, or are experiencing homelessness, to engage as artists, protagonists and advocates to generate greater public awareness of the impact homelessness has had or is having on their lives. By sharing their stories, the women provide a first-hand insight into the diversity of who finds themselves homeless and why. The purpose of UNSEEN is to ensure the voices of women who have, or are experiencing homelessness are included in conversations which can inform and improve social policy.

To see dates times and locations of upcoming events, or review past events, go to our ‘Whats On and When’ page.

The UNSEEN Chrome Car is wrapped in chrome which mirrors the hidden nature of their experiences of homelessness and housing insecurity. On each window are the in situ portraits of women who have experienced homelessness. The women, who are pictured seated life size inside the vehicle looking out at the audience, reflect the diversity of women experiencing homelessness. Each come from various socio-economic backgrounds, are a range of ages  and are from differing cultures. Chalked on the pavement, and surrounding the car, are  quotes from women pictured which give voice to their experiences of homelessness. We are looking for donations to support this activity, please donate HERE

Throughout 2021, the UNSEEN Chrome Tiny House, will become invisible as it is slowly wrapped in chrome, inside and out. It will be furnished with clear furniture. In doing so, the UNSEEN Chrome Tiny House highlights the  lack of affordable rental housing in the Australian housing market and how  tightly targeted social housing is and how long its waiting lists. We are looking for donations to support this activity, please donate HERE