Freehand - RIP IT UP

Complementing The Art of Pop Video exhibition, FACT's Young People's Programme Freehand have teamed up with local design studio Well Made to present a range of music related activities for all ages to interact with, get nostalgic and have fun.

Complementing The Art of Pop Video exhibition, FACT's Young People's Programme Freehand have teamed up with local design studio Well Made to present a range of music related activities for all ages to interact with, get nostalgic and have fun.

Freehand's RIP IT UP explores the idea of popular culture, under the design guidance of Well Made's Joe Bramall. The space introduces a series of activities that represent the way music has influenced virtually every aspect of popular culture, from the birth of the teenager in the 1950s to the cult YouTube music crazes seen today.

With this in mind, RIP IT UP has been developed as a contrast to the main exhibition's screen-based aesthetic. Lo-fi structures provide a cross-section of the history of music that has excited and inspired Freehand whilst developing this project.

RIP IT UP is intended to be used as a social space, mirroring the way music is experienced on a daily basis. Freehand invite you to share your experiences in the space on social networking sites Twitter and Instagram as well as using the blackboard to record your own memories and favourite things about Pop music.

 

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