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Fracking exhibit at FACT, Liverpool, June-Sept 2013

Turning FACT Inside Out focuses on some of the most pressing, controversial
and literally ground-breaking political issues of today.

The main work in the exhibition is called Fracking Futures by French
artists HeHe, it is a miniaturised recreation of a Fracking site complete
with fire, earth tremors, gas and a giant infected water pool in the shape
of Shell's logo.

It's designed to encourage a conversation about the risks and problems
associated with Fracking and fossil fuels.

There's loads of information on their website at www.fact.co.uk/tfio. 
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Turning FACT Inside Out

13 June - 15 September

This summer at FACT, a selection of provocative

international artists tackle some of the most

pressing, controversial and literally ground-breaking

political issues of today.


As FACT celebrates the first decade of its building

as one of the UK's primary centres for new media art,

it has commissioned an artists' take over, featuring

bold, new or never before seen in the UK works

from emerging and established artists, including

HeHe, Nina Edge, Katarzyna Krakowiak,

Steve Lambert, Manifest.AR, and Uncoded Collective.

 

 
FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology) 88 Wood Street Liverpool, L1 4DQ *FACT - Bringing people, art and * *technology together since 2003*
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