Spring Opening March 1st


Fish Factory Annual Spring Opening

March 1st

7pm – Late

Private View of Exhibition by Rose Hatcher ‘Turning Worms’

Music Provided by Club Soap

Licensed Bar

This year the Fish Factory is back with more studios, more exhibitions, more events and a brand new bar and event space. Join us for the first major exhibition of the year and in a celebration of Falmouth’s creative scene.



Turning Worms

A Solo Show by Rose Hatcher

Private View Saturday 1st March

Saturday 1st March – Saturday 22nd March

Rose Hatcher brings you her first solo exhibition at the Fish Factory featuring previously unseen work dealing with ideas and expectations of femininity, aspiration and normality in today’s society. Rose’s work begins with photography, often self portraiture. Source images are then re-worked, re-photographed, montaged or made into three dimensional objects as she explores their reproducability and tangible qualities.



Appropriated Space

Private View Friday 4th April

Saturday 5th April- Thursday 24th April

Using Falmouth Wharf as both a platform and a setting the exhibition will explore the potentials of appropriated space, the work will be presented within the space which it has deconstructed. The Wharf is a space redundant of its intended function and currently accommodates an alternative community the work will be a response to the alternative uses and potentials of the site.



Paper Eye

Private View Saturday 10th May

Saturday 10th May – Saturday 24th May

Is your computer looking at you? Does digital technology engage and gaze? Are human bodies analogue and if so is God a computer? What is the essential difference between an LCD screen and a sheet of paper? This exhibition will test the limits of our interactions with technology and the analogue world we inhabit. The work will explore the friction between our ethereal technological transactions and the viscera of human existence.



Fish Factory Art Space is an artist-led, creativity driven gallery and studios on Falmouth Wharves. We are entering our fourth year and continue to provide an arena for creatives of all kinds and of all abilities to make, share and exhibit. If you are interested in hiring a studio or space for an exhibition, or if you would like to volunteer at the Fish Factory please contact us on fishfactoryarts@live.co.uk.

www.fishfactoryarts.com