AN EXHIBITION that will explore extremity and diversity is set to open to visitors in a "sizeshifting" experience.

Strange Relations by artists Simon Le Boggit and Carys Reilly will invite audiences at Fabrica to experience work of both a large scale and more intimate size.

The exhibition aims to challenge norms within the contemporary art world and society at large.

Cary's series will include a range of psychologically-charged sculptures to convey bodily intimacy, while Simon's video installation - Even Giants Have to Bend, will fill Fabrica's ten metre high ceiling with the movement and sound of huge trees blowing and swaying in the wind.

Fabrica partnered with charity Outside In for the show, with artists selected from an open call of around 3,000 artists. The charity aims to provide a platform for artists who face significant barriers to the art world due to health, disability, social circumstance or isolation.

Director of Fabrica Liz Whitehead said: "We are delighted to collaborate with Outside In to bring the work of Carys Reilly and Simon Le Boggit to Fabrica as part of our 25th anniversary programme.

"The works play with the scale of our unique gallery spaces and positions the visitor as the 'norm' in the room.

"Playing with the norms of human scale, looking beyond the norms of human experience and questioning the cultural norms in current exhibition making are key themes in the exhibition."

Along with the exhibition, the themes will be explored through a programme of talks and activities designed to engage a broad audience, including young people during the October half term, older people, those with disabilities, as well as artists and regular gallery goers.

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People can visit the exhibition from this Saturday (October 9) until November 28.