The Factory Project is a showcase of the pieces of art, painstakingly created by each of the collective’s artists. The collection shows off some of London’s best urban, contemporary and video art.
Now it’s time to hold my hands up – I’m no art connoisseur. When I first received the invitation I was a little hesitant, unsure that my brows would be high enough. I need not have worried though. The uber cool venue was filled with equally cool hipster kids, taking in the awesome pieces whilst cocooned in the sweet tunes pumping out from the resident DJ.
My favourite piece was a new take on the classic Chanel bottle, captured by Simon Freeborough. Away from the gallery, there was a room with live painting underway by FIN DAC. I can honestly say that I’ve never experienced anything like it – masterpieces being created before our very eyes.
Of course, this also provided the perfect opportunity for a few cheeky glasses of alcohol topped with every type of Red Bull imaginable. Those guys sure know how to throw a party.
If you want to check it out for yourself, the exhibition stays open until 14th October from 10am until 6pm and entry is free. If you want to pop along, it’s happening at the Red Bull Studios, 155-171 Tooley Street, London, SE1 2JP.