Cormac Faulkner, Artist

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Post-Modern Plant Life: An [RHP] CDRs Artist Laboratory


9th – 15th June 2014, Leamington Spa

I will be in residence at The Temperate House, Jephson’s Gardens, Leamington Spa next week as part of [RHP] CDRs Post-Modern Plant Life laboratory. I’m not sure what I will be doing until I get in the space but probably a performance or installation of some kind.

Details on the Facebook event page:

Post-Modern Plant Life: An [RHP] CDRs Artist Laboratory will provide an opportunity for a group of practitioners from fields including contemporary art, experimental music and academia to spend time together in the unique setting of The Temperate House in Leamington Spa’s Jephson’s Gardens to see how their respective practices can interact with each other and with the visually exciting and complex space. 

The practitioners will be encouraged to make new work or to further develop existing projects within this new context with the intention of presenting the results to the public over the Leamington Spa Peace Festival weekend.

9th – 13th June: Development Period. (This will not be specifically public facing but will be taking place with the public around).

11th June : Open Studio. (This is an opportunity for the public to speak to the participants and to see works in progress). 10:00am – 5:00pm.

14th – 15th June: Presentations. (This may be an exhibition, performances, talks or something else. This is public facing and will be existing alongside Leamington Spa’s Peace Festival). 10:00am till 5:00pm both days.


One comment on “Post-Modern Plant Life: An [RHP] CDRs Artist Laboratory

  1. rhpcdrs
    8 June, 2014

    Reblogged this on [RHP] CDRs.

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