The exhibition will debut a new collaborative multi-media installation, merging video art, sculpture, text and a mise-en-scène. A text written by Keston Sutherland will accompany the exhibition.
This exhibition is part of Brighton Digital Festival 2018.
To attend the free private view of the exhibition on Saturday 15th September from 2 - 6pm please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
The exhibition will continue to run Monday - Sunday 10am - 6pm until 10th November 2018.
Stephen G. Rhodes (b. 1977 in Houston, Texas) lives and works in Berlin. Stephen works across mediums, using installation, sculpture, collage and video. Recent solo exhibitions include: “A good Neighbour”, 15th Istanbul Biennial, Istanbul, Turkey (2017); “Or the Unpreparedness Prometheus and Pals”, Kölnischer Kunstverein, Cologne (2015); “The Law of the Unknown Neighbor: Inferno Romanticized”, Migros Museum for Contemporary Art, Zürich (2013).
Keston Sutherland (b.1976 in Bristol) lives and works in Brighton. His books include Whither Russia (Barque, 2017), Poetical Works 1999-2015 (Enitharmon, 2015), The Odes to TL61P (Enitharmon, 2013), Stupefaction (Seagull, 2011), The Stats on Infinity, (Crater, 2010), Stress Position (Barque, 2009) and Hot White Andy (Barque, 2007). His essays on poetry, politics, philosophy and Marx are listed on his page at the University of Sussex. With three others he runs the Sussex Poetry Festival.