<br/>Photo: Coolio Studio / Filip Noterdaeme (left),with his partner, Daniel Isengart 
Filip Noterdaeme (left),with his partner, Daniel Isengart
Photo: Coolio Studio

The Homeless Museum (HoMu) is a work in progress that continues to unfold in unexpected ways. Trace HoMu's history through these recorded conversations between its creator Filip Noterdaeme and his partner, Daniel Isengart.

I. Homeless is More
This early conversation between Noterdaeme and Isengart about the Homeless Museum reveals the unbridled vigor of a young art project in flux.
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II. Homelessness Begins at Home
Noterdaeme and Isengart trace the origins of the Homeless Museum from its humble beginnings to its newest incarnation as a home-museum.
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III. There's No Place Like HoMu
Noterdaeme and Isengart share stories about running a museum in their apartment.
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IV. Of Chicken Wings and Hair Pieces
Noterdaeme and Isengart discuss the Homeless Museum's take on contemporary museum architecture.
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V. Of Closed Doors, Fat Minimalism and Extreme Museum Makeovers
Noterdaeme and Isengart talk about the next chapter of the Homeless Museum.
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VI. There Is Always the Street.
Noterdaeme and Isengart discuss Noterdaeme's inspiration to continue HOMU as a street project.
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