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Looking Differently: Feminism, Politics and Coal Extraction This exhibition seeks to 'look differently' at the politics of coal extraction, taking an intersectional approach and bringing together feminism, ecology, climate change and politics. Presenting photographs from Indonesia, the exhibition will be accompanied with a workshop, reading group, film screening and talk by Indonesian scholar-activist to create a space for challenging 'north-south' narratives and practicing climate justice. The exhibition is organised and co-curated by members of the Well-being, Ecology, Gender and cOmmunity…
Brighton based artist and filmmaker Beth Walker presents DEVENIR, a joyful exploration of growth, life, rhythm and renewal through moving image. Playfully blending the digital and the hand crafted, DEVENIR stems from Beth's process of creating symmetrical paper collages, which grow spontaneously from the centre to form intricate abstract designs. Beth began to document these collages at each stage of creation, resulting in intriguing animated loops. In DEVENIR, these loops dance together in a myriad of compositions, creating a rich…
Tension between commonly perceived realism and individual interpretation is explored and presented within Electric Eclectic; Life, the Universe and... The diversity of Kym Cox's practice of photographing soap bubbles, soap films and foams and Juliet Evan's travel, landscape and urban documentary engages the audience by transforming the ordinary into the extraordinary. For what we see in the perspective of commonplace and everyday is turned upside down, inside out by these two artist photographers. Pareidolia - the human tendency to perceive…
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