Remote Spaces was a series of 4 shows (2011-2012) in the remote Australian Landscape. This series represented a major shift in The Cad Factory's presentation of live music and focused on the interesting re-use of space, on this occasion with a regional focus. Shows were held in a disused service station, a huge sprawling scrap yard, a church and a remote community hall.
Show 1 was held in the Oura Scrapyard
Show 2 was held in an abandoned Service Station
Show 3 was held in a disused church
Show 4 was held in a remote community hall
The artists that played included Peter Fenton, Jason Walker, Jack Ladder, The Aerial Maps, The Paradise Motel, Grace Before Meals, Mick Harvey and Band, Princess One Point Five and Darren Hanlon.
This project was presented by 2ser and with assistance from The Australia Council for the Arts.