Hole Station residency

Hole Station residency was a self-initiated residency between LOW PROFILE and Hunt & Darton, that took place on a campsite in rural Devon.

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Who helped to make this

This residency was self-initiated and self-funded through pooled resources contributed by LOW PROFILE and Hunt & Darton.

Where this work has ended up

We have presented talks & lectures about our approaches to self-initiated artists development (where we reference the Hole Station residency) at a range of arts organisations and Higher Education Institutes – including TATE St Ives, a-n Assembly Cardiff, OSR Projects, and Producer Farm.

Bonus content


Find out more on the blog made by the four artists during the residency

Project Blog

LP talk about our ongoing commitment to artist-led activity

Listen to LOW PROFILE discuss their artist-led practice

Hole Station residency

LOW PROFILE and Hunt & Darton have been interested in each other’s approach and practice for a number of years now. They have shown work at the same platforms, supported each other’s development and admired the stuff that they each make.

In 2010, the foursome embarked on a week long self initiated camping residency in Devon at Hole Station campsite, creating activities for each other to develop new ideas, experience collaboration between collaborations, discuss practice and support development.