FACTORY OBSCURA PRESENTS 'SHIFT'
Founders: Laura Massenat, Laurent Massenat, Tammy Greenman, Hugh Meade, Thomas Thompson
Artist Team: Denise Duong, Nicole Emmons-Willis, adam Lanman, Klair Larason, Erin Latham, Nick Lillard, Mike Litzau, Leigh Martin, Tiffany McKnight, Mandy Messina, Amber Rae Black, Brandon Seekins, Joe Slack, Cassie Stover, David Webber, Amanda Zoey
SHIFT Curator: Kelsey Karper
Factory Obscura presents SHIFT at Current Studio
November 9, 2017-February 25, 2018
MIDNIGHT DINNER (Seating Limited) | SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2017
PREVIEW OPENING | THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2017, 6-10 PM (Tickets available below.)
OPEN TO PUBLIC | STARTING FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2017
SHIFT is a fully-immersive, experiential art installation that challenges the participant to physically explore the full-sensory environment. Factory Obscura, a collective of artists and community builders, formed earlier this year to produce large scale installations that require new forms of audience engagement. This will be the first such installation.
Spurred by the desire to cause a shift in thinking, Factory Obscura plans to launch a long-term vision for growth when SHIFT opens to the public. This installation will be the first leading the collective toward a permanent location in Oklahoma City.
FACTORY OBSCURA SPONSORSHIP
Sponsorships support the creation of SHIFT at Current Studio, and will provide the seed money for the future Factory Obscura permanent location. Plus, you'll be the first to experience the fully immersive installation.
Note: Gifts to Hatchfund campaign are tax-deductible.
Saturday, November 4, 2017
Top-secret location in OKC
SOLD OUT EVENT. Enter to win one of 5 ticket giveaways by becoming a sponsor at the link above.
Join Factory Obscura for an intimate and extraordinary celebration of our artists and the completion of our first installation SHIFT at Current Studio. The Midnight Dinner is the first Factory Obscura production, offering an immersive, interactive, and performative experience for a limited number of participants. Don your most elaborate, bizarre, or mysterious attire and prepare to be transported into a magical, alternate world.
Dinner proceeds will allow artists to be paid fairly for their work, and keep the SHIFT exhibition free and open to the public through the duration of it's run at Current Studio.
Would you like to help make this ambitious project possible? Click below to be notified as volunteer needs arise.