But Lumen United Reform Church is no ordinary church. In 2009 the Modernist building received a makeover from architect Theis and Khan, who picked up a Royal Institute of British Architects award for their work.
Now curatorial group Blockwork Art is taking over the church, promising ‘an eclectic mix of work by emerging artists, makers and designers’.
The show, says Blockwork Art, takes its cues from the Situationist notion of ‘derive’ or ‘drifting’ through urban and domestic environments.
So David Ben White will be presenting ‘painting pavilions’, structures made from domestic items such as lamps and vases, and Colin McDougall will be showing his architecture-inspired furniture.
There will also be site-specific painting installations from Anna MR Freeman and works by Simon Harlow, who creared interiors, sculpture and furniture.
Drift is at Lumen United Reform Church, Tavistock Road, London WC1, from 7 March-6 April.