Art Fair

Uneven Development: Jason Larkin and Corinne Silva

6 Oct 2012 – 4 Nov 2012

Event times

Mon—Sat 10.00am—5.00pm; Sun 11.00am—5.00pm (30mins: plays on the hour and every half hour during opening hours)

Cost of entry

Free

Travel Information

  • https://www.brighton.ac.uk/about-us/contact-us/maps/brighton-maps/grand-parade-campus.aspx
  • NA
  • Short walk from Brighton Station

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Uneven Development, pairs the work of two photographers who focus on the human and environmental impact of urbanization. Corinne Silva works along the overlapping borderlands of Africa and Europe. In Badlands she uses architecture and plastic in the southern Spanish landscape to explore connections between European leisure migrants and irregular African workers. In Imported Landscapes, Silva forces the global south into the global north by pasting Moroccan landscapes onto Spanish billboards to consider their ongoing trade, mobility and colonization. Forty percent of Egyptians live on less than two dollars per day. In the newly constructed suburbs of Cairo, private gated communities aim to provide exclusive isolation for the city's elite. Jason Larkin collaborates with The Guardian's former Egypt Correspondent, Jack Shenker, to document the construction of these luxury suburban enclaves and the laborers who build them.

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