Image Credit: Patrick Lowry

Hardwick Gallery

01242 714558

Monday 11 January 2016 – Thursday 04 February 2016
Opening Hours: 10am-4pm Mon-Fri


SURVEILLANCE launch event
21/01/2016 15:00-17:00

From 11th January to 4th February, Patrick Lowry will be presenting a full-size replica General Atomics MQ-1 Predator drone at Hardwick Gallery. Over the first five days of the exhibition, the drone will be under construction in the gallery, offering visitors the opportunity to discuss and view the production process.

The exhibition launch takes place on Thursday 21st January, 3-7pm. At the talk and discussion between 3-5pm Patrick Lowry will be joined by Theo Price of COBRA Res, an artist group that mirrors meetings of the British Government’s emergency response committee, COBRA, as it responds to perceived national or regional crises. Price will discuss his work with COBRA Res, emergency and crisis politics, and how we make visible political apparatus that can not be directly viewed.

From 5-7pm we will break out for a viewing of the drone and informal discussion, and at 6pm a reading performance by Plymouth-based artist, Clare Thornton.

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