Ian Strange is a transdisciplinary artist whose work explores architecture, space, and the home. His practice includes multifaceted collaborative community-based projects, architectural interventions, and exhibitions of photography, film, sculpture, installation, site-specific works, and documentary works. His studio practice includes painting and drawing, as well as ongoing research and archival projects. Additionally, he has created collaborative projects with other practitioners and institutions in the fields of dance, music, performance, and film.

Strange is best known for his ongoing series of architectural interventions, film, and photographic works that subvert the archetypal domestic home. These works and exhibitions have been created in the United States, post-earthquake Christchurch, Western Australia, Victoria, and Poland. Strange’s work sits in museum and institution collections including the National Gallery of Victoria, the Art Gallery of South Australia, the Art Gallery of Western Australia, State Library Victoria and the Asia Pacific Design Library.