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We are taking a scale down version of the exhibition to Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Spain. We are art pilgrims. The exhibition will take place in the Galería Metro http://www.galeriametro.com from the 13th September, opening to the 3th October.
til the 12 of August in Phoenix Gallery in Brighton and to celebrate it we are having some events on the Saturday 11th August 2.30 – 3.30pm An explanation of ‘The Bitter Weather Solar Flare Detector’; exhibition piece by Ed … Continue reading
Some images from the opening at the Phoenix Gallery, some of the work from the exhibition and performances from Matt Rudkin and Laboratoro, all pictures taken by Hugh Fox. Exhibiton until the 12 Agust, open wednesday to saturday from 11am … Continue reading
WE ARE WORKING ON THE EXHIBITION Phoenix Gallery, Brighton Preview evening, 13th July 6-9pm Exhibition 14th July-12th August This exhibition showcases a breadth of different work by 14 artists commissioned to produce a unique response to the English and Galician … Continue reading
And the image as well… So finally you can now turn pages and slot a DVD in your computer or video player. The Book of Invisible Bridges is available to buy. Published in May 2012 by Pighog Press, you can … Continue reading
We are opening an imaginary book in front of your eyes, at the Redroaster Coffee House St James’s Street Brighton BN2 1RE Wednesday 23 May Doors 7.30 for 8.00pm £5/4 Great line up of performers interpreting freely some of the … Continue reading
The Book of Invisible Bridges is an ongoing project that has just launched and will develop through until May 2012 with the final publication. The project involves more than ten artists, a book, DVD, poetry surgeries, radio programmes and multi-disciplinary … Continue reading