Factory ˈfakt(ə)rē noun 1) a building or group of buildings where goods are manufactured or assembled chiefly by machine. 2) A manufacturing plant is a site, with machinery, or a complex, where workers manufacture goods, operate machines processing materials into another form or products.3) [with modifier] a person, group, or institution that continually produces a great quantity of something specified: a huge factory of lying, slander, and bad English. 4) Historical; an establishment for traders carrying on business.
Factory is a topic seemingly ill-fitted for this cottage-industry and storefront apartment; creative thinkers and workers tell stories, weave histories, show reflections, make demonstrations, and hold events throughout the spring exhibition. A Guide to the Field is naming a field that will transform several times during the months, with some unexpected outcomes around how and what things are made.