26th Feb 2013 - 5th Mar 2013
Gallery Closed Sundays
The University of Brighton presents ‘170 Seconds’ an eclectic and dynamic exhibition of works by Second Year students from the Faculty of Arts. Separated into three separate exhibitions there is an opportunity to see a diverse range of styles, media and contextualisation.
This showcase provides an opportunity for emerging student artists who, together with members of staff from the University of Brighton, organize, create and curate the exhibition as part of the student’s developing professional practice.
‘170 Seconds’ provides the public with selection of exciting new work demonstrating the diversity of art practices, inviting audiences to engage with current discussion surrounding contemporary themes and concerns.
‘In-Transition’ is comprised of exciting new work created by students from the University of Brighton’s Performance and Visual Art, Fine Art Printmaking and Fine Art Painting programmes.
From performance and installation to the two-dimensional, the traditional to the digital, 'In-Transition' aspires to give it's audience an insight into the thoughts and movements of the next generation of Performance and Fine artists, who are re-inventing long-established creative practices in the context of an ever-changing social and political dynamic.
This showcase aims to encourage audiences to engage in new works and ideas, offering them a chance to take part in an ongoing dialogue about topics ranging from life and death, feminism, transgression through to sensory experience.
The Other '170 Seconds' exhibitions: