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Join us to create a floating meadow of wild flowers and blossom

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There is no set deadline for this opportunity although those interested are recommended to register their interest as soon as possible.

works by Geoff Dunlop, Rebecca Louise Law

We are looking for people who can commit their time and creativity and/or help us to source flowers, grasses and shrubs. 

Our vision for this installation is a breathtaking meadow and hedgerow to be suspended from the ceiling of the chapel. We wish to create an exciting visual statement, incorporating a utopian beauty and an intimate connection to the natural world.

This inspiring opportunity for people to work together and play with nature requires no previous experience. To take part in the creation of this installation you need to be able to commit some time between May 23 and May 26, daytimes or evening.


We are also seeking people and organisations who would like to sponsor the event by donating flowers, blossoms, branches and grasses.  In turn we are happy to include information about both organisations and individuals at the exhibition itself and on our website. The utopia:dystopia website will be a long-term resource, beyond the events of 2016.


The installation will be exhibited as an integral element of the FaB16  festival of contemporary, between May 27 and June 12.

To register your interest or find out more please contact us at