Matthew Adey is a production designer and theatre artist from Melbourne, Victoria. He works under the moniker House of Vnholy specialising in the creation of live performance, set and lighting design, installation and sculpture. HOV debuted his performance art installation MONO- in Melbourne and Adelaide and new work HOMME with Rebecca Jensen premiered at Darebin Arts as part of the 2015 Melbourne Fringe.
Collaborations in dance include Phillip Adams BalletLab, Shian Law’s Personal Mythologies and Body Obscure Object, Atlanta Eke’s Body of Work, Natalie Abbott’s MAXIMUM, Rebecca Jensen’s POSEBAND, Melanie Lane’s MERGE, Sarah Aiken’s Three Short Pieces and SET, Lilian Steiner’s Noise. Quartet. Meditation, Phantom Limbs & Luke George’s TRTH+FNTSY and Jo Lloyd’s 24 Hour Noise.
HOV’s collaborations in theatre include They Saw A Thylacine with Matthew Lutton and Human Animal Exchange, DeadCentre/Seawall with Julian Meyrick, MKA’s Double Feature at Neon MTC, Red Stitch’s Grounded with Kirsten Von Bibra, We Get It & The Motion of Light on Water by Elbow Room, Attempts On Her Life and Detroit with Tanya Dickson and I Am The Wind by TurtleLab/Public Front.
In 2015 HOV will collaborate on Chunky Move’s 2015 Next Move commission Miss Universal by Atlanta Eke.