(re)imagined spaces - outdoor

28 September–28 October


(re)imagined spaces is a photographic project run by Articulate in partnership with the charity Clock Tower Sanctuary.

Over the past 12 months we have engaged a group of young people who identify as homeless and insecurity housed to explore their different experiences of public spaces using photography.

Their work invites us all to consider what different spaces in the city mean to us. Do spaces hold stories or memories for you? Do you have a secret space? A space that holds a memory? A space that you feel calm in?

This project is also being exhibited at ONCA on The Barge.

15 Brighton Greenway Pedestrian Walkway
66 Brighton Greenway
Brighton, BN1 4ZB

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