In March 2018, local Victoria artists Chloe Borin, Josh Franklin, and myself organized a DIY art show installed inside a house in the Gordon Head neighborhood. The show consisted of several paintings (including the show’s namesake “pineapple,” a collaborative painting), photographs, sculpture, and installation. It showed for one night only: March 24th. The decision to pursue the domestic space as opposed to the gallery space centered around ideas of the unconventional and the accessible. Instead of opting for a gallery, a process which involves applications, acceptances, mobility and sometimes fees, we opted for the accessible nature of our own house. This decision in turn informed the unconventional way that the show was installed, and then unfolded to the public.