Five Years of Factory Fifteen
       
     
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 Five Years of Factory Fifteen, opened with a quote from urban theorist Paul Virilio: “ After the age of architecture-sculpture we are now in the time of cinematographic factitiousness; literally as well as figuratively, from now on architecture is only a movie .” The show is a celebration of Factory Fifteen’s films, which are played simultaneously on suspended screens within The Factory’s main gallery and space.
       
     
Five Years of Factory Fifteen
       
     
Five Years of Factory Fifteen

Factory Fifteen's Five Year show opened with a quote from urban theorist Paul Virilio: “After the age of architecture-sculpture we are now in the time of cinematographic factitiousness; literally as well as figuratively, from now on architecture is only a movie.” The show was a celebration of Factory Fifteen’s films, which were played simultaneously on suspended screens within The Factory’s main gallery space.

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 Five Years of Factory Fifteen, opened with a quote from urban theorist Paul Virilio: “ After the age of architecture-sculpture we are now in the time of cinematographic factitiousness; literally as well as figuratively, from now on architecture is only a movie .” The show is a celebration of Factory Fifteen’s films, which are played simultaneously on suspended screens within The Factory’s main gallery and space.
       
     

Five Years of Factory Fifteen, opened with a quote from urban theorist Paul Virilio: “After the age of architecture-sculpture we are now in the time of cinematographic factitiousness; literally as well as figuratively, from now on architecture is only a movie.” The show is a celebration of Factory Fifteen’s films, which are played simultaneously on suspended screens within The Factory’s main gallery and space.