account, it was an ever-changing meeting place hidden from the view of a rigid, sociopolitical rule where free-thinkers from all levels of society could meet and explore creative passions, argue political ideologies, and search for solutions to life's ceaseless challenges without the wicked scrutiny of the "powers that be".
The Black House
could be anywhere… It appears at random everywhere and nowhere… when an individual's driving force is to innovate, to rebel, to create… when "group think" becomes a band of box breakers upending rigid opinions to find the deeper truth. It's a movement whose very definition is not to be defined. For those who won't be told no, for those who question authority… for those who think for themselves.