Fine Art graduate’s work showcased alongside new FACT exhibitMonday 12 September 2016
Work by Fine Art Graduate Amy Worsley is set to go on display alongside an ambitious new exhibition at the Foundation for Art and Creative Technology (FACT).
Amy, who won the 2016 FACT+Liverpool Hope Production Residency Award, took inspiration from the forthcoming No Such Thing as Gravity exhibit, which explores the changing limits of science, through art.
Using the exhibition as a starting point, Amy worked with a scientist and a Reiki healer to develop the Chakra Chair, which uses vibrations to mimic the healing powers of touch.
No Such Thing as Gravity explores the idea of science being a continuing quest for knowledge, rather than a fixed framework.
FACT describes the project as ‘asking how scientific ‘approval’ affects our opinion of what could be considered a spiritual belief, highlighting the relationship between science and wellbeing’.
Amy’s work will be on display alongside No Such Thing as Gravity from Friday 11th November 2016 to Sunday 5th February 2017.