Krystian Lupa - Live Factory - 2 Warhol by Lupa

permanent exhibition

in short

MOCAK the Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow, is opening a new space as part of its Collection. We will be showing Krystian Lupa’s interactive installation Live Factory 2, based on the stage design for his theatre production Factory 2, which premiered at the Stary Theatre in 2008.

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MOCAK Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow
ul. Lipowa 4
30-702 Krakow
Poland 

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in detail

MOCAK the Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow, is opening a new space as part of its Collection. We will be showing Krystian Lupa’s interactive  installation Live Factory 2, based on the stage design for his theatre production Factory 2, which premiered at the Stary Theatre in 2008. Visitors to MOCAK will be able to go inside the installation, touch the walls and furniture, sit down on the replica of Warhol’s sofa and look at the notes from the theatre workshops that preceded the production.

Lupa’s concept draws on the Silver Era of the Factory, Warhol’s cult New York City studio, frequented by world-famous artists, musicians and actors. There were sex and drugs but that’s not what the place was about; rather it was about getting rid of prejudices and inhibitions and, above all, getting down to achieving total freedom. Life at the Factory was a permanent performance, in which everyone let their individuality rip. Warhol was a participant but mainly an observer, with a film camera in hand.

Lupa took the experiment one step further, at the same time abandoning physical stimulants in favour of symbolic drugs. With a group of actors, he launched a Krakow Factory.
 The artistic encounter of Lupa and Warhol is far from a surprise. Psychologically, they are quite alike. One of the artists has – and the other one had – a superficial gentleness that encourages and liberates those around him, allowing more profound insights into other human beings. For both, man is a source of cognition. One has been – and the other one was – in a way that was as easy‑going as it was playful, intransigent when it came to his own artistic independence and concepts.
Co-organiser
Helena Modrzejewska National Stary Theatre in Krakow
Admission
Normal – 14 zł
Reduced – 7zł
Family ticket – 30 zł
Group normal ticket – 10 zł
Group reduced ticket – 5 zł
Special – 1 zł
Tuesdays – admission free
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Opening Times

Sun
11:00 - 19:00
Mon
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Tue
11:00 - 19:00
Wed
11:00 - 19:00
Thu
11:00 - 19:00
Fri
11:00 - 19:00
Sat
11:00 - 19:00
Poniedziałek nieczynne
Monday closed

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