|Event Name||'170 Seconds'. Face to Face|
|Start Date||15th Mar 2013|
|End Date||22nd Mar 2013|
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.
Face to Face
77 second year students from the University of Brighton present a selection of exciting new work from the disciplines of Photography, Sculpture and Moving Image as they approach the mid-point of their degrees.
This is the first opportunity to experience their work within the established University of Brighton Gallery. The show has been collectively curated by students to offer an immersive insight into their individual and diverse contemporary practices, with each body of work contrasting, complementing or questioning the next.
Introduction by Fergus Heron, Senior Lecturer and Course Leader, BA (Hons) Photography:
Face to Face comprises work by second year students on the BA (Hons) Photography course in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Brighton.
Patrick Raimondi Taylor, BA Photography
Barnaby Kent, BA Photography
Debbie Pixie Bowles, BA Photography
Shiva Mobed, BA Photography
Private View 15 March 5–8pm.
The Other '170 Seconds' exhibitions: