Back To Work:
Farringdon Factory reopens this May.
Farringdon Factory reopens its doors in April-May 2014 for a series of one off events. Due to be demolished in the summer, this is the final occupation of the Farringdon Factory, the evolving programme will invite the public to experience this large industrial landscape and its potential as an artist run space. Building on the busy residency of November 2013, which saw over 20 artists in residence, this time around the Factory hosts individual projects that centre around the building as a site of observation.
Upcoming events :
With further events/screenings to be announced on a weekly basis.
1st May: Jude-Rose Crilly Artists in resident Private view.
Jude Crilly is a British Canadian artist. She received her undergraduate degree from the Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam, and currently studies Sculpture at the Royal College of Art in London. She has exhibited in Amsterdam, San Francisco, Berlin, London and the Czech Republic. Using simple materials and processes, her installations explore scriptless systems, interchangeability and double-takes.
19th May: The Time Is Now Ready For Delivery (Orgasmos)
An Evening of artists’ video on the big screen featuring work from Fanny Aboulker, Alex Brenchley, Connie Butler, Jesse Darling and Hannah Black, Lauren Godfrey, Hana Janeckova, Justine Melford-Colegate, George Rae, Anna Reading, Robert Rivers and Sean Boylan, Jasmine Robinson, Eugenie Scrase, Sophia Starling, Annie Strachan, Mary Vetisse, Holly White.
Curated by Anna Reading
Archive of Novembers Farringdon Factory now online : Farringdon Factory Archive
Max Atkins, Cilla Berg, Verity Birt, Lucy Clarke, Alex Culshaw, Amy Dickson, Hazel Dowling, Kate Elliott, Stephen Emerson, Sara Hibbert, Elizabeth Homersham, Lauren Houlten, Emily Iremonger, Rebecca James, Benji Jeffrey, Ann-Marie LeQuesne, Genevieve Lutkin, Girolamo Marri, Bella Marrin, Ella McCartney, Emma McGarry, Isobel Mei, Justine Melford-Colegate, Jenny Berger Myhre, Karolina Magnusson Murray, Mette Boel Olesen, Karolina Raczynski, Annette Robinson, Jack Strange, Will Ward, Bea Wilson, George Young.