Desert Island Pics featuring Donovan Wylie

University of Brighton
Edward Street
Wednesday 24 October
Free but booking required
6pm – 8pm

Which eight photographs would you take with you to a desert island?

As part of a long-running touring seriesof Photoworks talks, loosely following the format of Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs, award-winning photographer, Donovan, reveals the eight photographs he would take with him to a desert island to our regular host Stephen Bull.

Loosely following the format of Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs, our touring photography talks series invites artists, writers and curators to select which eight images they’d take with them to a desert island. Stephen Bull, discusses each castaway’s selection with them and discovers how their choices reflect their life and career.

Launched during Brighton Photo Biennial 2012, Desert Island Pics castaways include Martin Parr, Jeremy Deller, Alison Jackson, Sean O’Hagan and Anna Fox.

Donovan Wylie (UK b.1971) is a photographer and filmmaker based in his native Belfast. His work merges documentary and art photography, interrogating the conceptual architecture of power, containment and war. Wylie is a Professor in Photography at Ulster University.

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Venue
University of Brighton, 154-155 Edward Street, Brighton, BN2 0JG
Lecture room 309

Map reference
7

Date/Time
Wednesday 24 October
6pm-8pm

Suitable for
All ages

Venue accessibility
Accessible to wheelchair users

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