House 2015 Art exhibition – Top tips for this years House Exhibitions
Servant’s Hall – The Regency Town House Basement
10 Brunswick Square
2 – 24 May (+ Bank Holiday Monday) – Wednesday to Sunday 12 – 6pm – Free entry
Amanda Loomes – “Relict Material is a new film installation from Amanda Loomes, shot on location at marine aggregate and concrete industry sites along the Sussex coast. Loomes is interested in people at work and in changing definitions of labour in contemporary society”.
I love the look of the giant sand castles – Shame Brighton beach is so full of peebles!
Nathan Coley – ‘Portraits of Dissension’ – he investigates the histories of buildings and events in Brighton, including the Royal Pavilion and bombing of The Grand Hotel.
Joseph Popper – ‘The Same Face’ – He has constructed a scale model of a drone command centre using cardboard.
Both installations are at The Regency Townhouse Basement.
Intuitive Visions: Shifting the Margins – In partnership with Outside In and Brighton Phoenix
Phoenix Brighton – Wednesday – Sunday, 11am – 5pm
10-14 Waterloo Place
Brighton BN2 9NB
3 – 31 May
“Outside In provides a platform for artists who have a desire to create, and who see themselves as facing barriers to the art world due to health, disability, social circumstance or isolation.”
Michelle Roberts and Luc RS
Amanda Loomes and Joseph Popper + Selected films
Saturday 16 May, 4pm, £6 / £5 concessions
The Old Wood Yard, 2 Clifton Street, Brighton
Thursday 7th May – 18.30 – 21.30 – £5 / £4 concessions
Artist and filmmaker Joseph Popper talks to writer, lecturer and all-round philosophy expert, Dr Nina Power.
Intuitive Visions: Artists Round the Table
Museums at Night – Phoenix Gallery
Thursday 14 May
7 – 9 pm FREE
As part of the UK-wide Museums at Night programme, Outside In will be holding an informal evening of round-the-table artist talks delivered by artists represented in the exhibition accompanied by live poetry, drinks and a buffet.
Free, but booking essential.