Exhibition

Emotive Collective

8 Feb 2022 – 13 Feb 2022

Regular hours

Tuesday
10:00 – 18:00
Wednesday
10:00 – 18:00
Thursday
10:00 – 18:00
Friday
10:00 – 18:00
Saturday
10:00 – 18:00
Sunday
10:00 – 18:00

The Regency Town House

Hove, United Kingdom

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13 artists. 13 stories. Free entry with pre-booking.

About

This multi-disciplinary exhibition shows the work of thirteen artists and designers, whose storytelling has led them to explore their individual subjects with an emotive response. Each artist has chosen the medium with which to best tell their story; some are incomplete with more to add, and some of the stories will never reach a conclusion . What the artists have in common is that their narratives draw upon private matters which are shared as public statements.

The collective of artists and designers, some recent University of Brighton MA graduates, others, current students, have allowed their individual journeys to lead them to unpredictable discoveries and the exhibition has many themes, but they are all connected by the urge to provoke conversation about emotive topics.

The process/act of exploring individual themes has led each artist to experiment with a range of media and contexts, each searching for a way to ask meaningful questions and hopefully, to answer them. In doing so, the artists hope to open dialogue on universal issues and bring this into the public realm.

Exhibiting artists

Gary Kaye

Gary Kaye

Erin Keen

Erin Keen

Eva Thompson

Eva Thompson

Stephen Anderson

Stephen Anderson

Jo Pinto

Jo Pinto

Lois A Pawson

Lois A Pawson

Ellen Higgins

Ellen Higgins

Alice Cathcart

Alice Cathcart

Josie Taylor

Josie Taylor

Jiating Yang

Jiating Yang

Maria Scard

Maria Scard

Julia Kwinto

Julia Kwinto

Anni Axworthy

Anni Axworthy

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