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tenantspin was one of FACT’s key collaborative projects, which began life as a pilot series of online broadcasts in 1999 and continued as a model of community participation until 2012. This exhibition celebrates tenantspin, a groundbreaking community project that evolved from an artist and tenant-led Internet TV channel into a dynamic community media and arts project. It achieved international recognition and acclaim and informed the development of community interaction across the visual arts sector.
Don't miss this fascinating archive in Gallery 2... Rarely seen photos from the Liverpool Daily Post and Echo archive will be displayed at FACT on Friday 27 May in Gallery 2. The photos will form a daylong audio and visual installation during The Week of Culture and Regeneration as part of the Knowledge Lives Everywhere exhibition.\r\nThe images, which have been curated by Daily Post Arts Editor Laura Davis, contrast the bleak landscape of 1980s Liverpool with the artists and musicians of the day and poses the question: “does adversity breed creativity?”Images on display include dr…
Never seen before historical footage of Liverpool hits the big screens at FACT. We are pleased to announce that the North West Film Archive at Manchester Metropolitan University will be screening a selection of its films at the Liverpool on Film event at FACT on Monday 5th September, 2.00pm.\r\nThe films to be shown will feature life in and around Liverpool from the earliest days of filmmaking in 1897 through to the 1980’s. Much of the archived material being screened has not been seen in decades and a few favourites will be shown on the big screen as they were originally intended.\r\nHi…
FACT's Community Programmer Laura Yates takes a look back at the opening of tenantspin: the incomplete archive, an exhibition documenting the project's pioneering work with the community from 1999 to 2012. "On 24 October we opened a gallery show in the FACT Connects Space celebrating a seminal project for the Collaborations Programme.
tenantspin was 14 years old this year; it represented the best in collaborative practice to some, especially in its early years. The project pioneered artists working with technology in a community setting - it was about empowerment and enrichment and voice. It …
Artist Walid Raad established the imaginary foundation The Atlas Group in Beirut in 1977, to research and document the contemporary history of Lebanon. The Atlas Group Archive is based in Beirut and New York and includes dozens of films, videos, photos, notebooks and other objects - some found, some created and some donated. The archive is organised in three file type categories: Type A (for documents attributed to an identified individual); Type FD (for found documents) and Type AGP (for documents attributed to The Atlas Group).
A common computer game environment is the dungeon, an elaborate maze that a player must navigate, one room (or cave) at a time, with limited directional information. Sometimes a map can be found partway through the level, helping players orient themselves, but often they are left guessing where they've been and where they were going; essentially building the game's overall environment in their imaginations.