What's on About Visiting Partners
Short interviews with people in relation to our program, past and present.
I thought horizon lines were meant to provide stability and order but I found my perspective knocked out of kilter by a visit to The Beautiful Horizon, showing at Fabrica for BPB12.
The party at the Sealife Centre to celebrate the opening of BPB12 was a huge success. Everyone loved the venue, the bands, the sushi and, of course, the fish.
The first in a series of short documentaries focusing on the culture of Urban Exploring, those who risk it all to access and infiltrate closed or forgotten spaces.
Preston is My Paris artist, Adam Murray, introduces 16-19 year olds to the processes and applications of making zines.
Our second castaway during the Brighton Photo Biennial 2012 was British photographer Anna Fox, whose work has been widely exhibited and published internationally since the 1980s.
Working with a group of young people from East Brighton, I led a series of animation workshops around the theme of the Politics of Space to create animated stories for the Brighton Photo Biennial.
In the past few weeks I have been assisting the curators of the Brighton Photo Biennial 2012, preparing for the press launch that took place on Monday evening at The Photographers’ Gallery.
HOUSE Biennial community project in partnership with Photoworks.
A film by Sophy Rickett with an original music score composed by Ed Hughes that celebrates Glyndebourne Opera House.
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