A month-long occupation in a disused office block, starting November 21, and culminating in an open day on December 18, Farringdon Factory is an initiative by Natasha Cox and Keira Greene of Inland Studios in South London.
The space is running on 20 Farringdon Street in Central London between, November 25 and December 18, as an open studio along with 20 artists, encouraging discussion and public participation. The curated programme will also include invited speakers presenting “methods of research and production linked to both filmmaking and the temporality of the site”. There’ll be a cinema programme starting December 9.
‘The typical surface of the new urbanism… is the shining surface of the mirror, of chrome, polished metal, polyesters, the surface which, by reflecting what is in front of it, denies what is behind it.’
‘Ralph Fasanella and the Experience of the City’, John Berger