Lisa Traxler will be part of The Factory Project, one of the largest curated projects during London’s Frieze week. Traxler has been invited by the curator Rosalind Davis. The Factory Project, conceived by the curatorial platform Thorp Stavri, is presented as a multi-disciplinary survey project, this exhibition plays host to 10 UK based independent curators and curatorial platforms; each producing their own exhibitions within the larger Factory site and presenting over 100 emerging and mid-career artists.

The Factory Project, takes place in the Thameside Industrial Estate, Factory Road, London, E16 2HB. The exhibition opened on 9th Oct, continuing Mon – Sun (12.00 – 18.00) until 22nd Oct 21. 

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Artists:  Hermione Allsopp, Fabio Almeida, Sasha Bowles, Rosalind Davis, Justin Hibbs, Richard Perry, Lex Shute, Lisa Traxler, Andrea V Wright.

Trace Elements | 1971 is a title that references this incredible building that links back to the industrial era whilst also acknowledging the cumulative impact of subsequent phases of its history.. Themes that bring these artists practicestogether are transformation and experience. Their works respond directly to particular buildings or contexts, scraping back layers of history, materiality or indeed reality, to create new or alternate spaces, objects and environments. 

The Factory Project will take place at the monumental Thameside Industrial Estate, in North Woolwich, Newham – a short walk from London’s City Airport and nestled between the Tate & Lyle’s Sugar Refinery and the Thames Barrier – on Factory Road. It is produced by Thorp Stavri and supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England and through the continued support of Projekt and FAD Magazine.

Other participating curators are: Backhaus Projects, Delphian Gallery, Gallery No.32, Haze Projects, Jerome Ince-Mitchell, Pacheanne Anderson, Recreational Grounds, Rosalind Davis, Skip Gallery and Thorp Stavri

Over 100 artists are taking part in this incredible space.

ADMISSION:  Free / £2.00 – suggested charitable donation to raise funds for the Community Food Enterprise (CFE).

Now Open until 22 October 2021, 12-6pm plus many events 

The Factory, Thameside Industrial Estate, Factory Road, London, E16 2HB 

Nearest Tubes: City Airport, Silvertown, Pontoon = Docks

EVENTS: All free but booking required. See, read and book in here;