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ARTIST IN RESIDENCE

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CASPAR HEINEMANN
In residency from September 6 to December 13, 2022

Caspar Heinemann’s practice spans sculpture, poetry, essay, drawing, and theatre. His work is concerned with the politics of land, occultism, folk revivalism, and sexual countercultures. He is interested in the formal qualities of earnestness, brattiness, obliqueness, religiosity, generosity, and rattan furniture.

Caspar Heinemann (b. London, 1994) is an artist and writer living in Glasgow. His solo exhibitions have been held at Cell Project Space, London; Outpost Gallery, Norwich; Almanac, London; and Kevin Space, Vienna. He has a forthcoming solo exhibition with Cabinet, London in 2022. He makes theatre in collaboration with Alex Margo Arden, and his first poetry collection Novelty Theory was published in 2019 by The 87 Press.


Caspar Heinemann and Alex Margo Arden, THE FARMYARD IS NOT A VIOLENT PLACE AND I LOOK EXACTLY LIKE JUDY GARLAND, 2019, performance, Cell Project Space, London.


Caspar Heinemann and Alex Margo Arden, THE FARMYARD IS NOT A VIOLENT PLACE AND I LOOK EXACTLY LIKE JUDY GARLAND, 2019, performance, Cell Project Space, London.


Caspar Heinemann, Distant Clinical Entity, installation view, Outpost gallery, Norwich, 2017.


Caspar Heinemann, Incense Holder #1, 2017, toy car, plasticine, norwegian moss, patchouli incense stick, Almanac, London, 2017. Courtesy of the artist and Almanac.