Create a silver print portrait of your superstar in the Silver Cloud Studio.
The Factory was Andy Warhol’s studio in New York City from 1964 to 1968.
The entire studio was wrapped from floor to ceiling in silver foil by Warhol's friend Billy Name. Warhol proclaimed that ‘silver was the future’ and The Factory became a launching pad for future art. It was also described as a silver spaceship that could explore new artistic galaxies.
Warhol’s superstars were New York personalities who appeared in his photographs and films. Sometimes they were everyday people and Warhol is described as having ‘waved his artistic wand’ to declare them superstars.
Who are your everyday superstars?
Create a silver print portrait of your superstar in the Silver Cloud Studio. Share your portrait by adding it to our silver walls or share online and tag us @agsa.adelaide
The Studio is open weekdays during school term for a free facilitated session, all materials provided.