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“Think of it like a collaborative collective of freelance artists.”

Last week, Lumenati was featured in an article by Built in Colorado comparing us to Andy Warhol’s “The Factory.” Thanks for the great write up!

“From the 1960s until the early 1980s, Andy Warhol worked out of a series of studios in New York he called “The Factory.” The studios were collaborative environments, and a wide variety of artists, filmmakers and musicians worked there. They would work independently, on their own projects, or as part of a larger group of artists producing something that no one-single person could create. It was a way for Warhol to stay inspired, and to produce pop art on an industrial scale. Located off Larimer Street in Five Points, a group of Colorado artists are recreating “the scene” in a modern, digital way.”

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