Eddie Farrell is a painter who collaborates extensively with groups and individuals through print, film, performance, blogs and book making.
Date: 19 November 2014
Eddie Farrell is a painter who collaborates extensively with groups and individuals through print, film, performance, blogs and book making. He trained at Grays and the Slade. Eddie has worked with bceegg, Michael Wedgwood, Day of Damaged Goods, Shytstem, Bruce McLean, Paul Carr & 5th Runway, Measure by Measure, Katharine Eastman & KundE, Sunday League, Michael Schoenke & Druckwerkstadt Berlin, Henningham Family Press, the Alternative Curriculum, PuppCast, Danny Flynn and 00atmen.
He will present a thread of recent research including work from projects made in Berlin, where he lived for 5 years until 2013. Eddie Farrell doesn't produce pieces of art and encourages others to do the same.
- Date: MON 17 NOV, 1.00 PM
- Location: The CASS, Central House, in room CE1-19
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