(re)imagined spaces


8–13 October

Mon–Sat 12:30–17:00

“Our photography invites us to consider what different spaces in the city mean to us.”
As we navigate through a city, there are places we pass daily without consideration. What might these areas mean to someone else? Is there a hidden story? A first kiss? Was there a witness to another story? Or is it where someone might sleep?
‘(re)imagined spaces' is a project run by Articulate working with young people who identify as homeless or insecurely housed in Brighton.

The outdoor exhibtion of this project is also been exhibited at Brighton Greenway.


31 O N C A on the Barge
The Waterfront,
Brighton Marina,
Brighton, BN2 5UU

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