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The «Fusion Factory»

In an industrial estate in Laufen near Basel, David Pflugi has built up something one-of-a-kind: His huge art studio, the «Fusion Factory». With its approximately 4000 square metres of exhibition and working space, it can comfortably be considered one of Switzerland's largest independent cultural spaces.

Hundreds of works are waiting to be discovered here, from small gems to room-sized sculptures. And new things are being created every day: In addition to the highlights of nearly twenty-five years of intense artistic work, there is a rich variety of objects that are still in the middle of the process of their creation. The creation of the first three Victory Works to be tokenized can also be witnessed here, at least until they are placed in safe storage – from that point on, only token holders will be able to view them.

Various kinds of events regularly take place at The Fusion Factory, from performances to special exhibitions to concerts. It is a lively place, in a state of permanent change. It is almost impossible to visit this art venue twice and find it in the same state both times – as befits David Pflugi's works, which often change their face anew with every step!

The Fusion Factory is an approachable places. People are welcome there: Every Saturday from 11 AM to 4 PM, the doors of the studio are open to visitors. (Except for breaks over the Christmas holidays, etc. - in case of doubt, a quick look at the website is recommended).

The studio is situated in the Wahlenstrasse industrial estate, directly by the bus stop «Wandplattenfabrik» (one stop after the Laufen SBB railway station). Visitor parking is available.

Private views outside of the Saturday opening hours, group tours, private and company events, etc. are possible by request.

In order to learn more, please get in touch with us.

Fusion Factory / David Pflugi Art Studio
Wahlenstrasse 81
CH-4242 Laufen
Switzerland

 

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