Super Sunday Talks - BPF18 Launch

Posted 25 September

As part of our launch weekend we present a line up of talks, tours and discussions by some of our exhibiting artists including Sarah Howe, FORM, Redeye and Natasha Caruana. This line up is not to be missed. The events are free events, but limited spaces available so please book via links below.

11.00-12.30 OPEN18 SOLO EXHIBITION Artist Tour + Talk with Sarah Howe

Join OPEN18 SOLO winner Sarah Howe as she takes us on a guided tour of her carefully curated installation Consider Falling at ONCA, then move on to Phoenix where Sarah will be joined by Dr. Annebella Pollen, Principal Lecturer History of Art and Design University of Brighton for in-depth conversation on her project, practice and process.


12.30-13.30 Cold Cases Public Talk by Work Show Grow & curator Natasha Caruana

Cold Cases reinterprets three crimes found in the Old Police Cells Museum; the Trunk Murders, the Chocolate Creme Killer and the Grand Hotel Bombing. The exhibitions brings together twenty emerging international photographers, from Europe, South America, Australasia to retell women’s stories connected to these crimes. The exhibition is curated by Natasha Caruana & Juno Calypso with Work-Show-Grow. Join Natasha for an informal conversation around the group show.


14.30-15.30 FORM at Brighton Photo Fringe presents: The Death of the Author

Join FORM in the Phoenix, Brighton for a panel discussion with members of the collective and Paul Herrmann director of Redeye Photography Network.

This engaging panel presentation will spark fresh conversations on themes in contemporary image making. Join us to discuss the changing role of the contemporary photographer, and the benefits of collective and collaborative working. Recommended for any photographers and artists seeking to build their careers or to move in new directions.


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