FACT is delighted to present two ambitious new exhibitions and two impressive commissions available for touring, continuing our dedication to partnership and collaboration.
How much of this is fiction.is an exciting, timely exhibition about post-truth and fake news which opens at FACT in March. Currently also showing at Framer Framed, Amsterdam, and then HeK (House of Electronic Arts), Basel, from 22 March.
No Such Thing As Gravity is an innovative show about scientific truth and belief, touring to the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Art in April 2017.
Ryoichi Kurokawa’s immersive installation, unfold (2016), was developed by FACT for the artist’s first UK solo show. It has since toured to Jikji International Festival, South Korea; Scopitone 2016, Nantes; and Arts Santa Monica, Barcelona.
Semiconductor’s Worlds in the Making (2011) is an epic, three-channel moving image installation. The artwork will tour to the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, in April 2017, as part of the group show No Such Thing As Gravity.
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Our touring exhibitions and commissions are available for hire alongside kit, technical direction, and support from our world class team – firstname.lastname@example.org