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I Get Up

23 May26 May

I GET UP is a video and performance exhibition involving unhoused clients at First Base Day Centre, RAPT Theatre, Dr Roberta Piazza (Sussex University) and RBD Design. Over three months, the group shared stories, food and thoughts about the world in order to create a series of films which are fragmentary, honest and revealing. This exhibition includes videos, writing and photography created during the process and responds to the participants’ experience of living in Brighton and Hove. ABOUT THE ARTISTS…

IMMERSE by Gina Kawecka

1 June2 June

‘The dream is the aquarium of the night’ - Victor Hugo "Immerse is a moving image and sound installation illuminating the oft unseen waterscape of Brighton’s female sea swimmers. Shot in the sea using natural light, the camera movement and underwater sound create a mysterious dreamlike environment playing with notions of surface and depth, fusion and separation, reflection and inversion. Immerse goes beyond documentary into an imaginary aquatic underworld. The images pour through three vertical voile screens, encouraging the discovery…

The Living Coast Undersea Experience

4 June
12:30 pm
5:00 pm

Want to look under the waves of our Marine Conservation Zone, without getting wet? Come and explore a new VR experience. KP Projects CIC has teamed up with Gallery to present The Living Coast Undersea Experience on Tuesday 4 June 2019. What is The Living Coast Undersea Experience? It’s a unique VR experience that lets users of all ages explore the underwater world of Beachy Head West Marine Conservation Zone, which runs between Brighton Marina and Beachy Head, without getting…


HOW ARE YOU?: #Sergina’s Live Participatory Soap Opera

8 June
1:00 pm
5:00 pm

HOW ARE YOU? #Sergina’s Live Participatory Soap Opera about Wrestling with Wellbeing in the Digital Age #SERGINA is a multi-bodied, border-straddling drag princess who sings songs about love, lust and loneliness in a time of digitalism. She performs in one place or in many, on the screen and off it, to and with people she can see and people she can’t. Her identity is up for grabs, transferable and viral. #Sergina first came out for parties in Berlin in about 2009,…

McKee Brighton

14 June17 June

Pete McKee is delighted to announce the details of his new pop-up gallery in Brighton. After the success of his pop-up galleries in Manchester and London, Pete will be showcasing his unique and highly collectable work in this iconic seaside city. His artwork provides a unique perspective on working class life, offering humorous and tender social commentary on the community he grew up in. His work is also heavily influenced by his passion for music and subcultures. A selection of…

Kate Sherman: COAST

22 June30 June

Photography, childhood innocence and natural human curiosity, are the subjects of an intriguing new series of oil paintings by Sussex artist Kate Sherman. Sherman's works depict the urban landscape along the Sussex coast and are made as if driving past in a car. They have a startling photo-realist quality that evokes childhood memories. Seeming slightly out of focus and capturing the unique bleached light of the region, these paintings have an uncomfortable voyeuristic quality. "In these paintings I'm paying homage…

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