• Photo credit: Nigel Green

BPB16 Panorama: Our City, How Do We Look?

Our City, How Do We Look? Chynna Guyat, Jennifer Jackson, Judith Ricketts and Sophia Wöhleke

A Photoworks and Together the People Co-commission.

Four photography students from the University of Brighton have been photographing people and places across Brighton & Hove. Responding to Biennial themes, their work investigates the life and style of our city, exploring the politics of age, gender and representation, and the industry of fashion.

Click below for an interactive panorama.

Photo credits: Nigel Green 

A co-commission with the Together the People festival – Brighton’s independent, green-field, music and arts festival.

The two Brighton festivals are teaming up for the first time to celebrate new local talent and will be running family friendly workshops and showing a selection of the students new work at the Together the People Festival 3-4 September in Preston Park, Brighton.

A Photoworks and Together the People Co-commission.

This project has been supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

BPB16 Save the Date
Related project: Brighton Photo Biennial 2016

Beyond the Bias – Reshaping Image
1-30 October
Preview Friday 30 September

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