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Shining a light on extinction

19 February26 February

Brothers Ed & James Harrison, founders of creative entity 'Under The Skin', bring their first solo exhibition to Brighton to shine a light on some of the world’s most endangered species and the efforts being made to rescue them. 'Under the Skin' prints are hand-crafted pieces of art with a powerful underlying message: under UV light, the phosphorescent skeleton of each animal is exposed, a reminder of all that remains when a species falls into the darkness of extinction. Each…

Loud + Clear

29 February7 March

There is a fine line between tokenization and representation... ...and within the culture industries that line is blurry… but let’s not focus on industry. Let’s focus on labour and the women + non binary artists working on the axis of music and visual art to dismantle expectations; to create their own communities, histories and means of production. Ana da Silva Anna Petrisko Cristy Road Elly Clarke (Sergina) Gina Birch LaJohn Joseph Sharmi Basu (Beast Nest) She Shreds Magazine Tieraney Carter…


10 March14 March

‘FIGURATIONS’ brings together the works of four artists, all having in common an embodied approach to the expression of queer existence in contemporary image culture. Featuring work by Elija Grybe, Chris Daubaras, Oscar Cheung and Maria Unger. These instances, citing corporeality as a key reference in their works, range from Oscar Cheung's positioning of selfhood in relation to the hierarchical conflicts that underline heteronormative taste in graphic design; to the brightly coloured paintings of Chris Daubaras, which play on the fantastical,…

Jo Teasdale: My Adopted Family

20 March29 March

‘My Adopted Family’ is a photographic project exploring the concepts of family, memories and inheritance. Using cherished possessions collected over time, Jo has created her own family history. This is a personal narrative that invites the viewer to travel through time and participate in the stories that unfold around them. Jo uses large-scale prints to exaggerate the realness of objects and creative displays to transform the identity and personalities of the subjects. Her abstracts, created from extreme circumstances, produce images…


17 April25 April

"All my works have a common theme: summer." "For me who is conscious of summer throughout the year, I can feel the summer that remains in the corner of everyday life even in the coldest season. I draw the work by capturing the summer that exists in everything. There are things that I use to draw summer: beetles, stag beetles and drone beetles that are symbolic of summer. I borrow their form and portray this world as a kind of…

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