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WELCOME TO THE BRIGHTON PHOTO FRINGE 2012 The Brighton Photo Fringe was set up in 2003 to allow everybody to engage with, exhibit and enjoy photography and lensbased media. We feel it is one of the most inclusive and open photography festivals in the world and are proud of the fact that anyone can take part as an artist, participant or audience member. The Fringe also positively encourages participation from groups on the edges of society making meaningful positive engagements in our local community, and shows the results of these projects alongside the work of established artists taking part in the festival. Everyone’s contribution is valued equally and celebrated as part of the Brighton Photo Fringe.

invited to be part of. This brochure and the Brighton Photo Fringe map will help you to navigate the festival, but there is far more happening and pop-up exhibitions and events are being announced on the Fringe website at www.photofringe.org, which will be updated daily. We hope that you enjoy the Brighton Photo Fringe 2012. There is something for everybody and everyone is invited.

This year’s festival includes an extraordinarily diverse range of exhibitions, talks and events, all of which you are cordially About

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DANNY WILSON MEMORIAL AWARD 2012 Enter your exhibition for the chance to win! A prize fund of ÂŁ1,000 will be presented to the best emerging or early career photographer exhibiting as part of Brighton Photo Fringe 2012. Submit your entry to info@photofringe.org by Monday 5 November. Full details on www.photofringe.org The Danny Wilson Memorial Award is supported by Photoworks, Fabrica, LCC and Brighton Photo Fringe.

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Each exhibition has been assigned a unique three-character code that allows quick and easy online access direct to the specific page. This page contains opening times and interactive maps that allow you to quickly find your way to that specific exhibition. Find the code at the top right of the title bar of each exhibition. For example, in this case the URL would be the following: www.photofringe.org/USH

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Director Claire Lloyd Project Manager Natasha Ba-Abdullah Office Manager Jane Noble Artistic Consultants Afshin Dehkordi, Harry Hardie Black History Month Lead Artist David Alexander Eco-Focus Project Facilitator Lindsey Smith Danny Wilson Memorial Award Coordinator Chloe Hoare Press Consultant Nicola Jeffs Design The Entente Thanks to our partners � Arts & Cultural Projects Brighton & Hove City Council � Barbados Community College � Brighton Aldridge Community Academy � Brighton ArtsFORUM � Brighton & Hove Black History Month � Brighton & Hove and Lewes Biosphere Project � Brighton Photo Biennial � Dorothy Stringer High School � Fabrica � Miniclick Photography Talks � Redroaster � PHG Hastings � Phoenix Brighton � Photobook Show � The Photocopy Club � Photoworks � University of the Arts London � University of Sussex

Interns Martin Seeds, Morten Watkins Nathan Moseby, Georgina Orpin Brighton Photo Fringe extend a big thank you to all the volunteers who have made the festival possible. Board of Trustees Chair Gordon MacDonald Secretary Jamie Wyld Treasurer Rebecca Drew Fergus Heron Dan Thompson Shelli Whitfeld Brighton Photo Fringe would also like to thank the following individuals and organisations: � Susanna Brown � Oliver Chanarin � Donna Close � Jason Evans � Clare Grafik � Jon Pratty � Stacey Richards � Jim Stephenson � Mike Stoakes � Dan Thompson � The Wandering Bears � Scott Warman � Oliver Wood Brighton Photo Fringe would like to offer special thanks to Arts Council England South East

Thanks to our Sponsors � Covers � DMH Stallard � Earthborn � Hilton Brighton Metropole � Metroprint

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5-7 LIVING WITH BIPOLAR GABRIELLE FARAH 13 – 18 NOV Tue–Sun 11:00-17:00 PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10—14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB www.gabriellefarah.co.uk

This project is a collaboration between myself and my brother, a bipolar sufferer. The project aims to show the effect of social exclusion and the struggle to survive this mental illness. Through this intimate portrayal I want people to consider their response to this condition.

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A SHADOW IS Award-winning artist Dolores Sanchez Calvo presents the series A Shadow Is, a commission for the book Invisible Bridges. Rendered in a monochrome and dark tonality, the series emanates her recurring interest in the politics of trauma, existential malaise and human alienation.

DOLORES SANCHEZ CALVO 22 OCT – 18 NOV Mon–Fri 08:30–18:30 Sat 09:30-18:30 Sun 10:30-18:00 REDWOOD COFFEE HOUSE 99 Trafalgar Street, Brighton BN1 4ER www.doloressanchezcalvo.com

A CRISIS IS A TERRIBLE THING TO WASTE

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SIMON ROBERTS, RICHARD ROWLAND 06 OCT – 18 NOV TBC www.simoncroberts.com/acrisis A Crisis Is A Terrible Thing To Waste is a collaborative exhibition: Occupy – The Diary Of A Protest by Richard Rowland and Let This Be A Sign by Simon Roberts. For more details visit: www.simoncroberts.com/acrisis

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A TO Z Bringing together the work of 10 emerging photographers, A to Z transforms the city into the gallery space and streetside windows into the walls. Including work from J Alexander, A Bettles, S Lamprell, C Lelliott, L Hamblin, L Maher, A Shepherd; L Smith, T Stevens and A Stolwood.

VARIOUS ARTISTS 06 OCT – 04 NOV CITY-WIDE Brighton www.blindfield.org/AtoZ

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ALTROVE SABINA DAMIANI 30 OCT – 04 NOV Tue-Sun 11:00–17:00 PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10—14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB www.sabinadamiani.com

Talking about migration – a frequent condition, especially amongst young people. With no time to root somewhere as another change is coming. The consequence is a constant re-questioning of our identity – sometimes in a new environment – the only constant thing we have is the house.

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ALONG THE LINES OF ... ALI FARMER, JANE SELLMAN, FLEUR ALSTON, ELIN KARLSSON, HELEN GOODWIN, EVA KALPADAKI, KAREN HIRST 26 OCT – 11 NOV Tue–Sat 11:00–16:00 LUCY BELL FINE ART 46 Norman Road, St Leonards on Sea TN38 0EJ 08 NOV – 25 NOV Mon–Sat 09:30-17:30 Sun 12:00-16:00 OXFAM 136 Western Rd, Brighton BN1 2LA An exhibition in two parts. The first part presents work from four recent graduates. The second part moves towards the future, progressing along the coastline from St Leonards on Sea to Brighton responding to it’s cultural heritage. The culminating show features work by a total of seven artist photographers, embracing the experimental spirit of the BPF.

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APPARENT & OBSCURE

JUDITH RICKETTS, JIM BANKS 06 – 28 OCT Mon-Fri 08:00-17:30 Sat 09:00-17:30 Sun 11:00-16:30 FAB CAFE (FOOD & BARISTA) 64 North Road, Brighton BN1 1YD www.judithricketts.com www.jimbanks.info Two photographers present opposing perspectives on the city The one and the many The posed and the found The apparent and the obscure Photography by Judith Ricketts and Jim Banks.

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ARABESQUE Arabesque is a graceful position in dance. Part of an ongoing project with photographing motion, I have collaborated with dancer Elena Saorin to capture movement in a series of black & white images. Preview: Thurs 11 OCT 19:00–22:00. Naked Tea & Coffee are available. @emmabaileyphoto

EMMA BAILEY 11 OCT – 18 NOV Mon-Wed 07:00-18:00 Thu-Fri 07:00-22:00 Sat 08:30-22:00 Sun 10:30-19:00 NAKED TEA & COFFEE 3 Meeting House Lane, The Lanes, Brighton, BN1 1HB (upstairs in the Red Room) www.ebaileyphotography. co.uk

BEING NOBODY, GOING NOWHERE JOHN HOUSE 06 OCT – 18 NOV IN THE WINDOWS OF THE OLD CO-OP BUILDING The Old Co-Op Building 94-101 London Road, Brighton, BN1 4LB www.johnhouse.co.uk

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A personal quest to seek satisfaction from the beauty of everyday life. Made over several years in many formats, the images represent a desire to achieve visual contentment during an unremarkable period in time through a consistent obsession to find poetry in the overlooked. Open 24/7

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BEST BEFORE James Kendall’s 90-year-old grandmother-in-law, having lived through WWII, doesn’t believe in best-before dates. Sadly she had to move into a home, but clearing out her larder was as thrilling as being offered a snack. All the products shown were, he believes, intended to be eaten.

JAMES KENDALL 06 OCT – 18 NOV Mon-Wed 12:00-23:55 Thu-Sat 12:00-02:00 Sun 12:00-23:55 THE HOPE 11—12 Queens Road, Brighton BN1 3WA www.cargocollective.com /kendall

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BORDER WORK: NOGALES

Border Work focuses on a bus station in Nogales, a town on the Mexico border that receives thousands of people who have been deported from the USA. The work explores this space of permanent transience. Everyone is waiting to leave, but nothing happens quickly here.

ALICE MYERS 06 – 14 OCT Tue-Sun 11:00-17:00 PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10—14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB www.alicemyers.net

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BRICKS & BALLET BRICKS: Celia takes abstract and textural photographs. Here she exhibits a selection of work concentrating on walls and brickwork. BALLET: Jason’s work centres around Street Photography. This is a collection of urban ballet shots taken in and around Brighton in 2012.

JASON BALCHIN, CELIA STRAINGE 06 OCT – 18 NOV Mon-Sun 08:00-16:00 DESTINATION 100 100 St James Street, Brighton BN2 1TP

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BRIGHTON VOLUME 1

JJ Waller’s Brighton Volume 1. Intro price just 9.99 preorder at www.jjwaller.com. Look out for images from the book as paste-ups around the city during the festival.

JJ WALLER 06 OCT – 18 NOV CITY-WIDE Brighton www.jjwaller.com

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BRIGHTON ARTSFORUM 2.0

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M BALLARD, M EVERETT, J FERGUSON, F HARVEY, B HAVERICH, J HORBASCHK, V JONES, C LARRE, J MALLETT, J MCCULLOUGH, E MONTELLIUS, J REID, A SHEPHERD, M USTYMENKO, J WITHEY, P BENNETT 05 – 17 OCT Mon-Sun 10:00-17:00 BRIGHTON MEDIA CENTRE GALLERY 15—17 Middle Street, Brighton BN1 1AL www.theartsforum.blogspot.com

This show celebrates the current photographic practice of past ArtsFORUM presenters. Brighton ArtsFORUM aims to facilitate supportive critical debate, where artists can articulate and discuss the concerns of their work in progress. Private view: 6 OCT 18:00–21:00. Artist talks will be hosted in the Gallery on 13 OCT at 14:30.

CEDE WILLIE ROBB 06 OCT – 18 NOV TBC See web for venue www.willierobb.com A split-screen road movie depicting alternate views over the English-Scottish border. Both views look towards the border whilst travelling on opposing sides. Cede resembles a visual standoff, reflecting Alex Salmond’s wish to distance Scotland from England’s fiscal policy. The four-hour journey by webcam is a testament to political debate’s grinding pace.

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CHANGE OF AGENTS: YEARLY PRINT, MOCKSIM MOCKSIM 09 OCT – 16 NOV Tue-Wed 07:00-11:00 Fri 19:00-21:00 MINGLE CORPSUS / NEU FROTH KUNSTHALLE 8A Terminus Road, Brighton BN1 3PD www.mocksim.org Once a year the next frame from a simulation is printed as a 1m x 2m photograph. This will continue for the rest of the artist’s life. Mingle Corpsus determines prices for future prints using an algorithm which accounts for years to due-date, reputation and artist’s life expectancy. Private views: Fri 05 OCT 19:00-22:00 Sat 06 OCT 19:00-22:00 Artist’s Talk / Q&A: Fri 19 OCT

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CHASING UTOPIA

Fox Irving seamlessly splices together found 8mm footage from home movies, exploring the subject of voyeurism of utopian family life. The artist creates a rich, multi-layered photographic documentary that explores themes of personal truth, grief and loss.

FOX IRVING 06 – 11 NOV Tue-Sun 11:00-17:00 PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10—14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB www.foxirving.com

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COLLECTIONS A photographic exploration of pop culture, examining the compulsion to collect. Highly addictive. It’s so easy. One item seems to cry out for company. But once that solitary object is joined by another, well, you’re on the way to having a collection.

MARK VESSEY 06 – 27 OCT Mon-Sat 10:00-18:00 Sun 11:00-17:00 NO WALLS GALLERY 13a Prince Albert Street, Brighton BN1 1HE www.nowallsgallery.com

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DIA DE LOS MUERTOS — DAY OF THE DEAD

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PHIL TAYLOR 03 – 18 NOV Mon-Fri 09:00-17:00 Sat 11:00-17:00 Sun 11:00-16:00 BRIGHTON MEDIA CENTRE GALLERY 15—17 Middle Street, Brighton BN1 1AL www.hotelvitrine.com The exhibition title refers to a cultural phenomenon occurring throughout Mexico and the Southwest states of North America – the celebration of the deceased. This recent body of work represents a personal visual interpretation of historical, social, political and cultural elements of the region. It forms a journal of landscapes, people and the environment of towns and cities.

FADING BEAUTY IN A NEW LIGHT CATHERINE LAWRENCE ADAMS 06 OCT – 18 NOV Mon 12:00-18:00 Tue 12:00-17:00 Wed 19:45-21:00 Sat 12:00-18:50 Sun 14:30-17:00 BORDERLINE STUDIOS Unit One, Chapel Mews, Waterloo St, Brighton, BN3 1AR This show depicts the nature of decay in its sublime state. The exhibit captures the essence of time that prevails within human perception. 2nd venue: NEW VENTURE THEATRE Bedford Place, Brighton, BN1 2PT 06 – 13 OCT, 09 – 17 NOV Tue-Sat evenings Opening details: www.lawrenceartworks.co.uk 16

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FEMALE FIGHTERS AMELIA SHEPHERD 05 OCT – 18 NOV Mon-Fri 10:00-19:00 Sat 09:00-14:00 SUNDIAL CLINIC 111 Queens Rd, Brighton BN1 3XF www.ameliashepherd.com Female Fighters alters the face of the urban landscape. A year-long project documenting female kickboxers culminates in a city-wide campaign installation. [Partners with Brighton Arts FORUM 2.0 & A to Z]. Private Views 06 OCT 18:00-19:00 Brighton Media Centre 12 OCT 12 18:00-19:00 Sundial Clinic. @ameliashepherd #femalefighters

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FOTODOCUMENT FRINGE — CALL FOR ENTRIES FOTODOCUMENT FRINGE DEADLINE 10 NOV CITY-WIDE Brighton www.fotodocument.org

Photographers worldwide are invited to submit a series of three images depicting positive environmental initiatives in their local areas. FotoDocument Fringe will showcase ways in which individuals, communities or governments are successfully tackling these issues. Prizes for best entries. Fotodocument Fringe is in partnership with Brighton Photo Fringe.

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FOUNDATION DEGREE STUDENTS YEAR TWO

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E BERNHARDT, L CRASCALL, N DADASHNEJAD, M DOKUYUCU, A DRAKE, L DRAZEK, S ELLISTON, T FURINI, S GEALS, S GRAVER, Z HE, C HENDRIE, A HILL, R MOODY, P TIERNEY, A YOUNG, G D’ALBIAC BREWIN 29 OCT – 09 NOV Mon–Fri 10:00-16:30 LATEST MUSIC BAR 14—17 Manchester Street, Brighton BN2 1TF www.facebook.com/ fdaphotographersbrighton Students were set the task of producing a body of work that was a ‘document’ having relevance to the current social and political climate. They were asked to create work that questions the validity of a photographic ‘document’ critically engaging with ideas of photographic ‘truth’. Private View: 30 OCT 18:30

‘DOES NOT SUGGEST DEATH WITHIN 6 MONTHS IS LIKELY TO OCCUR’ Provoked by the Welfare Reform Bill 2010-2012, a photo documentary into life after a sub-arachnoid brain haemorrahage. The project follows the artist’s Father and questions a possible return to work after 16 years on incapacity benefit.

SEAN CARROLL 06 – 14 OCT Tue-Sun 11:00-17:00 PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10—14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB www.seancarroll.co.uk

FRAMING CHANGE — UGANDA ANNA STAFFORD & FRAMING CHANGE WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS 06 OCT – 06 NOV Mon—Sat 11:00—18:00 DAMAGE 2 Trafalgar Street, Brighton BN1 4EQ www.facebook.com/ WeParticipate 18

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These images are by participants in project Framing Change, all of whom had experienced working or living full time on the streets of Mbale, Uganda. They used photography to communicate their stories and dreams. The exhibition includes portraits by project facilitator, Anna Stafford.

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FREUD’S LAST PATIENT These photographs reconstruct the founder of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud’s last session. They were taken, with permission of the Freud Museum, at 20 Maresfield Gardens, London. Here Freud recreated his Viennese consulting room (after escaping Nazism) and died in September 1939.

DEL LOEWENTHAL 06 OCT – 17 NOV Mon-Fri 09:30-17:30 Sat 10:00-17:30 DOLPHIN HOUSE SHOP AND CHILDREN’S CLINIC 15 New Road, Brighton, BN1 1UF www.delloewenthal.com

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GHOST CATHRYN KEMP 30 OCT – 04 NOV Tue–Sun 11:00—17:00 PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10—14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB www.cathrynkemp.com

Installed photographic works. Kemp works with reclaimed and reconstructed vintage garments to signify emotional genealogy. She believes that garments carry the traces of the psychological and internal lives of their wearers. In this exhibition, Kemp’s mother is the object of her gaze.

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GLASGOW EFFECT Glasgow Effect is a multimedia documentary photography project that examines why, in Glasgow, you are more likely to self harm, suffer from behavioural problems, commit suicide or acts of violence, and ultimately die a premature death than in any other postindustrial city in the UK.

ALEX CURRIE, CHRIS LESLIE, RICHARD CHIVERS 06 – 18 NOV Tue–Sun 11:00–17:00 PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10—14 Waterloo Place Brighton BN2 9NB www.glasgoweffect.com

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HEADS HAVE HOLES HAVE HEADS DAVID COOPER 06 – 07 OCT 11:00–18:00 VELVET GOLDMINE 38 Cheltenham Place, Brighton BN1 4AB www.velvetgoldminestudio.com www.davidcooperart.co.uk An installation of photography, video and sculpture recorded over 5 hours.

24 OCT – 04 NOV 11:00–18:00 GALLERY 40 40 Gloucester Road, Brighton BN1 4AQ www.gallery40.co.uk Photographs record assemblage fragments of the ‘found object’.

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IMPRINT: REPRESENTATIONS OF THE REAL

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LYNN WEDDLE, BERNARD G MILLS, JUDY STAPLETON, HARVEY DANIELS, GAVIN PEACOCK, MAFF ROBINSON, MARIE SANSFORD, GARY GOODMAN, WILL TURNER, SHARIFA BROOKS READ, ELISHA ENFIELD, PATRICK DONOHOE, SUSAN DIAB, DAVID OWEN, MOCKSIM, LINDSEY SMITH, CHRISTOPHER STEVENS 19 – 21 OCT Fri 18:00–20:00 Sat–Sun 12:00–17:00 APEC STUDIOS Industrial House, Conway Street, Hove, BN3 3LW www.apecstudios.co.uk Photograph simply means drawing with light, yet our associations with the medium extend far beyond this definition. In this exhibition, the artists at APEC Studios investigate the photographic and its relationship to the real. Rubbing 3 by Patrick Donohoe 42 / RSP

HERE AND THERE RASP (Refugee and Asylum Seeker Project) is a befriending scheme for young Refugee and Asylum Seekers, aged 16-24, living in Brighton & Hove. Here and There is an insightful comparison of life in a new city and one’s home country. A site-specific piece by a vulnerable group, whose voice is often unheard. LOOK UP....!

RASP (REFUGEE AND ASYLUM SEEKER PROJECT) 12 – 21 OCT Venue access not required. Work visible from street. YOUNG PEOPLE’S CENTRE 69 Ship Street, Brighton BN1 1AE www.facebook.com/ HereAndThere2012

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LONG MOMENTS KRISTAN AKERMAN 01 – 28 OCT Mon-Sat 09:00-18:00 Sun 10:00-18:00 TEMPTATION 56 Gardner Street, Brighton BN1 1UN www.sting.co.uk

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Hundreds of photographs taken over time and then combined into a single large image that remains authentic. Numerous combined frozen narratives that are forgotten because they may have never happened. Panoramic tableaus – many set in Brighton – you may be in one?

IN THE WORLD OF TRAVELLING SHOWMEN

KIT FORDHAM 06 OCT – 18 NOV Mon-Sun 11:00-23:00 THE HYDRANT 75 London Road, Brighton BN1 4JF www.kitfordham.com

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Anyone can turn on a Nintendo Wii, few know how to set up a carousel. In an age when corporations, focus groups and global supply-chains like to dictate how we are entertained, a defiantly independent community, the travelling showmen, maintains the art and industry of a far more eclectic experience – the funfair. This photography exhibition goes behind the scenes to the showmen’s ‘winter quarters’ to witness warehouses filled with sleeping rides, a 99-yearold showlady who ran away with the fair when she was 14, and to follow the showmen to a pitch on a common first taken by a family member in 1775. Yet how much longer will their way of life last?

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IS THAT IT

NATASHA CARUANA, ZOE CHILDERLEY, MIRANDA GAVIN, KAREN GRAINGER, DEAN HOLLOWOOD, SACHA LEHRFREUND, JUDITH LYONS, WENDY PYE, MELANIE STIDOLPH 23 OCT – 04 NOV Tue–Sun 11:00–17:00 PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10—14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB www.tri-pod.co.uk

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IS THAT IT is a Tri-pod group show of work in progress by nine photographers/IS THAT IT is about getting work out there/IS THAT IT is exploring and engaging with the audience/IS THAT IT is about having a deadline/IS THAT IT is stopping the process before it ends/ IS THAT IT wants open conversation/IS THAT IT is about your work next to mine/ IS THAT IT is having freedom/IS THAT IT is about shameless self-promotion/IS THAT IT? See for yourself at Is That a Drink: Private View Sat 27 OCT from 17:00– 20:00 – Bring a bottle, bring a problem, bring a friend, bring a solution/Is That a Talk: In conversation with special guests on Thu 01 NOV from 18:30–20:30 / Is That a Project: Tri-pod will offer work in progress drop-in sessions on Sat 03 NOV from 13.00–17.00.

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IS THIS MY BEGINNING...OR IS THIS THE END?

VARIOUS ARTISTS 12 – 21 OCT FOUNDRY GALLERY Old Market Lane Garage 32 North Street, Lewes BN7 2PH www.isthismybeginning.com

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A trans-generational collaborative project bringing together alumni, external examiners and staff from the BA (Hons) Contemporary Photographic Arts Practice course at Northbrook College, Sussex. Is This my Beginning... or is This the End? offers an ambiguous and open-ended manifesto statement for artists and audience to engage with notions of growth in the contexts of personal transitions, expanded photographic practices, global economic uncertainties and the political climate of revolution and change. See website for daily opening times, special events and screenings. Brighton

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AXEL HESSLENBERG, THURSTON HOPKINS, MARK NELSON, STEVE PARRY, GRACE ROBERTSON, NICHOLAS SINCLAIR 09 – 28 OCT Tue-Sat 11:00-16:00 Sun 13:00-16:00 FIRST LIGHT STUDIOS 3 Nile Street, The Lanes, Brighton, BN1 1HW www.firstlightclick.com Photograph by Nicholas Sinclair

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“One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.” (Henry Miller). First Light’s exhibition brings together six photographers. Miller’s observation is the common thread that permeates their pictures and approach to image making. Made between 1950 and 2012 in Berlin, London, Spain, Egypt and the English and French countryside, they are discoveries in new, sometimes accidental environments. Yet at the same time, they have always been part of the visual vocabulary of each photographer. Integral to the exhibition will be A Distant Place, an Installation Music piece composed by thegreyzone for First Light’s Fringe participation.

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LOST WALTZ RICHARD GLYNN 6 OCT – 18 NOV NORTH LAWN, ST PETER’S CHURCH York Place, Brighton BN1 4GU www.wideyed.org/who-we-are/ richard-glynn In 1869, Josephine Bowes laid the foundation stone for the Bowes Museum in Teesdale. It opened in 1892 but some areas remained unfinished. The ballroom never saw the parties it was intended for, becoming temporary storage for paintings. In 2008 works began to turn the ballroom into an archive for paintings, prints and books. A Wideyed exhibition curated by Human Endeavour.

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LUCKY IF YOU NOTICE With a keen eye for light, shape, composition and subject matter, Oleg Pulemjotov blurs the lines between organic, synthetic, staged and spontaneous. Each image provides a window into the world where surreal coexists with fact, light interprets darkness and vigour defies stillness.

OLEG PULEMJOTOV 19 – 26 OCT Mon-Fri 07:30-17:30 Sat 08:00-17:30 Sun 10:00-17:00 TAYLOR ST BARISTAS 28 Queens Road, Brighton BN1 3XA www.photogruff.com

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MAP 6 — COORDINATE L GRIFFITHS, M KARUNARATNE, C LELLIOTT, H SHUKER, D STERRY, P WALSH 19 OCT – 02 NOV Mon-Fri 09:00-17:30 Sat 11:00-18:30 Sun 11:00-17:00 BRIGHTON MEDIA CENTRE GALLERY 15—17 Middle Street, Brighton BN1 1AL www.map6.co.uk

Coordinate explores complex relationships between people and place. Ideas of memory, belonging and displacement fill these psychologically loaded spaces to create tensions and new ways of seeing our relationship with the world in which we live.

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GORDON MACDONALD, CLARE STRAND 06 OCT – 18 NOV Fri-Sat 10:00-18:00 Sun 11:00-18:00 THE REGENCY TOWN HOUSE 13 Brunswick Square, Hove BN3 1EH www.macdonaldstrand.co.uk MacDonaldStrand Presents is an exhibition of experimental work by Gordon MacDonald and Clare Strand. MacDonaldStrand are presenting new works designed to encourage audience interrogation, promoting a reassessment of our relationship to photography. The show also launches the MacDonaldStrand Shop, which will sell original and editioned works at affordable prices. Private View: 06 OCT 19:00-20:30

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MODERN MINIATURES Mini panoramas. Panoramic glimpses. Strips of Brighton, Marrakesh & New Zealand from travels with my camera phone..... “An image showing a field of view approximating, or greater than, that of the human eye - about 160 by 75 degrees - may be termed panoramic” (Wikipedia)

HELEN MCDONALD 06 OCT – 18 NOV Thu-Fri 12:00-18:00 Sat 10:00-18:00 Sun 11:00-17:00 BELLEROPHON 96 Trafalgar Street, Brighton BN1 4ER www.helenmcdonald.co.uk

MOVING BOUNDARIES — CONVERSATIONS IN MOTION LORENZA IPPOLITO 06 – 21 OCT Fri-Sun 12:00-18:00 BLANK 108 North Street, Portslade, Brighton BN41 1DG www.lorenzaphotography. wordpress.com

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This Arts Council funded, still and moving image project is the culmination of five years’ research into the power of conversation and gesture. There will be interventions by Blank artists during the second week of the exhibition and more stuff in town. See website for more information.

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MEMORY, TERRITORY, SPACE KATE BUTLER, ALLAN GRAINGER, PAULA KNEE, KRISTINA LOESCHER, ELAINE SELF 06 OCT – 03 NOV Mon 10:30-18:30 Wed-Sat 10:30-18:30 Sun 11:30-16:30 BELLIS GALLERY 8-9 Kings Road, Brighton BN1 1NE www.eight8.co.uk 8 are a group of photographers brought together by an individual response to memory, territory and space in the urban landscape. Presented here is the manifestation of the ownership of space from the simple placement of a chair on a street corner to the commercial occupation of every available space and the memory of forgotten places.

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MINICLICK PHOTO TALKS JIM STEPHENSON 06 OCT – 18 NOV CITY-WIDE Brighton www.miniclickatthefringe.com

For this year’s Fringe, the Miniclick Photo Talks have put together a host of talks, panel discussions, workshops, portfolio reviews and screenings featuring Maciej Dakowicz, Laura Pannack, Peter Dench, Kevin Meredith, Ewen Spencer, Simon Roberts, Richard Rowland, Gordon MacDonald, Clare Strand, Luca Sage, Jean-Luc Brouard, Murray Ballard, Emma Critchley and many more.

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MY COLOUR PHOTOGRAPHS ARE... YOUR COLOUR PHOTOGRAPHS PETER GATES 06 OCT – 18 NOV CITY-WIDE Brighton www.petergates.com

JOAN ALEXANDER, LUKE A.R. HAMBLIN, LOUISE MAHER 06 – 21 OCT Tue-Sun 11:00-17:00 PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10—14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB www.blindfield.org/ originsofencounter

PHOTOS I’LL NEVER TAKE — FAMILY ALBUM CHRISTINA REID 06 OCT – 17 NOV Thu-Sun 10:00-16:00 MISHON MACKAY 99—101 Dyke Road, Seven Dials, Brighton, BN1 3JD www.tinamreid.wordpress.com

PHOTOVOICE: HAVING OUR SAY 2 PhotoVoice designs and delivers participatory photography, digital storytelling and self-advocacy with socially excluded groups. This exhibition will showcase participants’ images in the Fringe Café from the Having Our Say 2 project.

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Peter Gates will be leaving sets of 12 6x4 photographic prints at locations around the city. Bringing to our attention the photograph as a physical object. Something which the audience can feel, hold, take away, and do what they want with. Blu Tac included.

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ORIGINS OF ENCOUNTER Origins of Encounter presents the work of J Alexander, L Hamblin and L Maher. Coming from three distinct historical perspectives and utilizing diverse modes of production and presentation, they each examine notions of the encounter in relation to place, narrative and the photographic.

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VARIOUS 06 – 20 OCT Mon- Sat 07:00-19:00 Sun 08:00-18:30 REDROASTER 1d St James’s Street, Brighton BN1 1RE www.photovoice.org

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My exhibition is about the grief and loss of a life that I will never have. I have created a series of photos that would make a family album and an installation to set them in. N.B. The exhibition may not be open on Sundays for the first few weeks, Please check my website first.

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ON THE SURFACE OF IMAGES

JINKYUN AHN 06 OCT – 18 NOV Tue-Sun 11:00-17:00 PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10—14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB www.jinkyunahn.com

Confrontation #1 by Jinkyun Ahn

Brighton Photo Fringe and Phoenix Brighton are pleased to present On the Surface of Images, an exhibition by Jinkyun Ahn. This exhibition was selected from over 100 submissions to the Brighton Photo Fringe OPEN 2012 by Clare Grafik, Susanna Brown and Oliver Chanarin. On the Surface of Images is Ahn’s first major solo exhibition. The work explores the relationship between Ahn’s parents, and in turn his family’s relationship with death and the afterlife. Using photography to reflect, repeat and dismember his parents, the images Ahn presents here often verge on the surreal.

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MORGAN FAULKNER, CLARE HANKINSON, LUKAS WERTH 05 OCT – 22 NOV Mon-Fri 07:00-18:30 Sat 08:00-18:30 Sun 09:00-18:00 MOKSHA CAFFE 4—5 York Place, Brighton BN1 4GU www.custombrighton.wordpress.com Phos showcases and celebrates alternative processes in photography. Each of the exhibiting artists uses different materials and techniques within the realms of photography to bring delicate and unique imagery to this original show. Phos reveals both antique and contemporary processes to show photography in a new light. Preview: 06 OCT 18:0020:00. With thanks to Siderotype.com

PHOTOBOOKSHOW — THE ARCHIVE VARIOUS 250+ 06 OCT – 18 NOV Tue-Sun 11:00-17:00 PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10—14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB www.photobookshow.co.uk After three international calls for photobooks, and four exhibitions showcasing over 180 books, we’ll be at Fringe Focus during the festival where you can access the complete archive of photobooks that have been donated over the last year. A great opportunity to see over 250 photobooks, punctuated by a series of events. Come and join us for workshops, screenings and talks.

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PLAYING WITH MATCHES LINDA WEBSTER 06 OCT – 18 NOV Mon–Fri 08:00–16:00 Sat 10:00–16:00 LAZY BONES CAFE 44 George Street, Brighton BN2 1RJ www.lindawebster.com The inherent symbolism and the distorted human representations that are unwittingly present in maps are symbiotically merged in this work with a pragmatic still-life approach. Playing with Matches is a stylized representation that highlights a range of current political dilemmas including war, immigration, aid and growth.

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ROAD, SITE AND HOUSE SIMON EVANS 05 – 18 NOV Mon-Sat 07:00-19:00 Sun 08:00-18:30 REDROASTER 1d St James’s St, Brighton BN1 1RE www.simon-evans.net

For over 25 years Simon Evans has maintained a close relationship with Kent’s Romany Gypsy population. His photographs possess an openness and intimacy that can only be achieved through the trust and understanding built over long periods of time spent within the community.

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ROADSIDE BRITAIN Celebrating four years of work and to coincide with a national book launch, Roadside Britain shows the traditional and quintessential aspects of British truck-roadside culture in a series of beautiful images from across the length and breadth of the UK. Book orders: www.dieselbooks.co.uk

SAM MELLISH 16 – 21 OCT Tue-Sun 11:00-17:00 PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10—14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB www.roadsidebritain.co.uk

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TONY BOWEN 06 OCT – 10 NOV Tue–Sat 10:00–18:00 DPM IMAGES 92 Gloucester Rd, Brighton BN1 4AP www.tonybowen.portfoliobox.net www.dpm-images.uk.com Ongoing photographic work exploring the mysterious, elusive, calligraphic narratives found on glass surfaces in urban environments in London and Sussex. Recently shown in Vermont, Oregon and California, this work probes boundaries between photography and painting. DPM Images UK: Brighton’s specialist photographic retailer and service provider: 01273 602912.

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SLEEPWALKING ALEX BAMFORD 06 – 12 OCT Mon-Fri 07:30-17:30 Sat 08:00-17:30 Sun 10:00-17:00 TAYLOR ST BARISTAS 28 Queens Road, Brighton BN1 3XA www.alexbamford.com /sleepwalking

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SNAPSHOT CITIZENS An exhibition of Soviet-era snapshot, amateur and unpublished photography taken after 1953 and providing a rare insight into the lives of a diverse range of Soviet citizens in contrast to the clichéd and generally misleading images of propaganda that have become the Soviet legacy. 32

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A collection of moonlit photographs featuring a pyjama-clad somnambulist. “Conceptual, imaginative and genuinely beautiful. Just this side of surreal, imbued with non-specific meaning.” The Guardian.

SIMON BUTT, FEDDY, IRENA GIEDRAITIENE, ST. MARY’S QUEEN OF PEACE CHURCH, UTKIN FAMILY ARCHIVE, VIDMANTAS ZEBRAUSKAS & OTHERS 16 – 21 OCT Tue-Sun 11:00-17:00 PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10—14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB

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SLIDE PROJECT(OR) MARTIN ROBINSON, EMMA TURPIN 14 – 27 OCT Mon-Sun 13:00-23:00 CAXTON ARMS 36 North Gardens, Brighton BN1 3LB www.we-are-yes.com A myriad of images are taken out of the digital realm and the glory of analogue projections is revisited. Through the intervention with images submitted by artists internationally, potential new narratives emerge from pre-existing photographs — Live slide projection on Saturday 13 OCT at 19:30 with photographic prints and limited edition zines remaining until 27 OCT.

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SO THE WIND WON’T BLOW IT ALL AWAY

MAEVE BERRY, SAM TAYLOR, DAVID WILKINSON, GAVIN BAMBRICK, TIM BURROUGH, JOANNA BUREJZA 06 – 21 OCT Mon-Sun 11:00-19:00 GALLERY 40 40 Gloucester Road (North Laine) Brighton BN1 4AQ www.agno8.com This photographic exhibition marks the second outing of the AgNO8 collective and their debut show, which was first seen as part of East London’s Photomonth festival in November 2011. The show encompasses themes of memory, intimacy and escape portrayed in diverse styles ranging from the abstract to the cinematic with six of the eight members returning for Brighton Photo Fringe. Brighton

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SOMETIME IN THE NEVER

MATT HENRY 06 OCT – 18 NOV Wed-Fri 10:00-17:00 Sat 12:00-15:00 YORK PLACE STUDIOS 29 York Place, Brighton BN1 4GU www.matthenryphoto.com A graduate of Political Theory and a self-taught photographer, Matt Henry works exclusively in narrative fiction but draws much inspiration from his studies of 1960s and 70s America, carefully researching his props, locations and set builds. Come and see his unique blend of cultural fact and fiction in this powerful retrospective spanning five years of work.

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STILL WORKING Still Working is a series of photographic portraits of women who are still working or volunteering past retirement age. It challenges the notion that older women are inactive or invisible.

VICKY HODGSON 22 OCT – 03 NOV Mon-Sat 07:00-19:00 Sun 08:00-18:30 REDROASTER 1D St James’s St, Brighton BN1 1RE www.vickyhodgson.com

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THE ELEPHANT MARK CHILVERS 23 – 28 OCT Tue-Sun 11:00-17:00 PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10—14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB www.markchilvers.com

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The Heygate estate was completed in 1974 but is already condemned before reaching its 40th birthday. The residents have been ‘decanted’ and new dreams promised to the new communities of The Elephant or South Central as it has now been tagged.

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THE LIGHT THIEF ‘The night before I left Las Vegas I walked out in the desert to look at the moon. There was a jeweled city on the horizon, spires rising in the night, but the jewels were diadems of electric and the spires were the neon of signs ten stories high’. (Norman Mailer)

ROB MACDONALD 05 OCT – 30 NOV Mon-Fri 08:00-18:00 Sat 09:00-18:00 Sun 09:00-17:00 SPINELLI COFFEE 24 Garnet House, College Rd, Brighton BN2 1JB www.robmacdonaldphoto.com

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THE LYRICAL AND THE ORDINARY EMER GILLESPIE, TANYA CLARKE, JACQUELINE MCCULLOUGH, PETER GATES 06 OCT – 18 NOV Fri-Sun 19:00-22:00 TBC thelyricalandtheordinary.com Check www.photofringe.org for venue.

The Lyrical and the Ordinary involves four photographers who explore themes around the domestic family environment. Their photographs vary in style and content, but at the core of each individuals’ work are personal stories. It is these stories that have brought them together.

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THE OTHER EGYPT Egypt. An ancient high culture. A stronghold for tourism. An embodiment of the 2011 Arab Revolution.But there is another Egypt. The Sinai. Rebecca Soliman illustrates it in black and white. Places and faces of the desert & its people. The Bedouins. Authentic, Provoking. Emotional.

REBECCA SOLIMAN 18 OCT – 18 NOV Mon 13:30-17:30 Tue 09:30-19:30 Wed-Fri 09:30-17:30 Sat 09:30-17:00 HOVE LIBRARY 182—186 Church Road, Hove BN3 2EG rseefensoliman.moonfruit.com

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TIME OF THE TIDE JOSEPH FOX 02 – 10 NOV Mon-Fri 07:30-17:30 Sat 08:00-17:30 Sun 10:00-17:00 TAYLOR ST BARISTAS 28 Queens Road, Brighton BN1 3XA www.josephfox.co.uk

The coast of Britain is in trouble. Made of silt, clay, chalk and sand, the cliffs show little resistance to the waves, with the future of many homes and communities under threat. This award winning series documents the places and people who live at the mercy of Mother Nature. Brighton

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TOM WICHELOW, JAMES PIKE 07 OCT – 04 NOV Tue–Wed 12:00-15:00 Sat-Sun 12:00-15:00 STUDIO F Stockwell Lodge, Between 127–129 Conway Street, Hove BN3 1LW www.studio-f.co.uk Studio F presents Escape Capsules by Tom Wichelow. A photo series exploring our enduring love affair with mobile homes and camper vans. Captured on some of the last sheets of Type 55 Polaroid 5x4 film. Mobile Captures by James Pike. A selection of black and white street-photography. Shot and edited entirely on an iPhone. Opening event: 07 OCT 13:00–18:00.

THE A-Z OF LONDON ROAD GEORGE COLES 06 OCT – 04 NOV IN THE WINDOWS OF THE OLD CO-OP BUILDING 94-101 London Road, Brighton BN1 4LB www.thewaywardstraggler.blogspot.co.uk A series of 26 black-and-white photographs made over an eight-month period in and around this fading but iconic Brighton thoroughfare. Shot on 35mm film with a pair of 1950s Leica cameras with the intention of producing a sociohistoric snapshot of a high street in the 21st century. There is a small publication to accompany the exhibition.

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THE PHOOT CAMP EXHIBITION PHOOT CAMPERS 05 OCT – 17 NOV Mon-Fri 13:00-17:00 Sat-Sun 10:00-17:00 THE OLD MARKET 11a Upper Market St, Hove BN3 1AS www.phootcamp.com For the past four years, photographers from around the world have gathered together in the US to take part in Phoot Camp, an invitation only creative retreat for photographers to meet, create & collaborate. Phoot Show showcases the work of over 20 Phoot campers. In conjunction with Miniclick on the 09 OCT at 18:30 there will be a series of Pecha Kucha talks about the work.

THE PAST PERSISTS IN THE PRESENT IN THE FORM OF A DREAM PAULA ROUSH 06 – 11 NOV Tue-Sun 11:00-17:00 PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10—14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB www.msdm.org.uk/index. php?/project/participatoryarchitectures/

Outdated remains of a 20thcentury architectural utopia | an estate developed as part of national housing programme code-named SAAL | the experimental programme of peoples’ right to place | emerged in the short experience of participatory democracy during the Portuguese revolution

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THE SINGING WILL NEVER BE DONE In this video piece I address transitions in the construction of race through my family and pivotal dates, from 1924, to events of 1968, through the 1970s of my childhood. I use the current story of the UK parakeet migration as a metaphor for past and current immigration debates.

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HELEN CAMMOCK 06 OCT – 18 NOV TBC Check www.photofringe.org for venue.

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THE PHOTOCOPY CLUB VARIOUS 06 – 20 OCT PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10—14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB www.thephotocopyclub.com

The Photocopy Club is a bi-monthly photography exhibition based between Brighton and London. The idea is to get photography off the internet and get printed matter back into the hands of the public. Starting in November 2011 with the plan to do six exhibitions in 2012. The Photocopy Club is opening its fifth exhibition with BPF. Check www.photofringe.org for venue and dates.

THE TELLING OF TALL TALES 5 postcards. 5 venues. Collect the set (there are 72) and submit your story inspired by the pictures at www.thetellingoftalltales.com

TANYA CLARKE 08 OCT – 08 NOV CITY-WIDE Brighton

THIS IS MY WORLD TODAY JAMIE MCGRANE 23 – 28 OCT Tue-Sun 11:00-17:00 PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10—14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB

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My name is Jamie McGrane and I have been a Mod since 1984. There are many facets to this subculture that reflect my passion and the reason why I love it still. And always will. This Is My World Today.

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TOO MANY WORDS FOR AN ETERNAL SILENCE NAZARE SOARES 24 SEP – 03 NOV Mon-Thu 10:00-18:00 Fri-Sat 10:00-22:00 Sun 10:00-17:00 MANGE TOUT 81 Trafalgar Street (North Laine) Brighton BN1 4EB www.nazaresoares.com The latest work of award winning photographer Nazare Soares offers space to reflect on the concept of time and the value that photography holds within it, inviting you to fine tune perceptions of otherwise fleeting moments. “In her work a connection with nature is evident,coupled with a sombre calm,solitude and the dreamlike, but above all, her work breathes love” (Monica de Juan).

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UGANDA STORIES AND OTHER STUDIES SUNIL SHAH 06 – 14 OCT Mon-Sun 10:00-18:00 THE COACH HOUSE 22 Walpole Road, Brighton BN2 0EA www.sunilphoto.com www.atthecoachhouse.co.uk

Sunil Shah looks back 40 years ago when he and his family, along with 80,000 other Asians, were expelled from Uganda by Idi Amin. This work is both a subjective journey to re-collect the past and an interrogation of documentary photography in its use to reassemble fragments of history.

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UNRULY HABITS With the use of everyday domestic materials and objects these photographic images are created amidst the daily rituals and benign clutter of home where this familiar space becomes a stage set and backdrop for fictitious scenes.

ALISON BETTLES 12 – 19 OCT Mon-Fri 07:30-17:30 Sat 08:00-17:30 Sun 10:00-17:00 TAYLOR ST BARRISTAS 28 Queens Rd, Brighton BN1 3XA www.alisonbettles.com

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THIS IS A PICTURE I DID NOT TAKE OF A DEAD MAN IN PHOENIX.

MICHAEL DAVID MURPHY & THE ENTENTE 06 OCT – 18 NOV PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10—14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB A collaborative project exploring the use of words to capture unphotographed images – “Opportunities missed. Simple failures. Occasions when I wished I’d taken the picture, or not forgotten the camera, or had been brave enough to click the shutter.” (Michael David Murphy) Come be inspired and scribe a photograph that never got shot.

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WALK ON BY? Local home-grown photographer Julia Baverstock presents a set of vibrant and intricate images in this series entitled Walk on By?. It’s a collective of Street Photography in Brighton, including some fantastic Street Art images that add to Brighton’s depth of character. #goldfishphotogr

JULIA BAVERSTOCK 26 OCT – 02 NOV Mon-Sun 07:30-17:30 TAYLOR ST BARISTAS 28 Queens Road, Brighton BN1 3XA www.juliabaverstock.co.uk

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WE ARE HERE FIONA ESSEX 13 – 18 NOV Tue-Sun 11:00–17:00 PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10—14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB www.fionasphoto.co.uk

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This body of work portrays people taking a stand: exploring solidarity and peaceful action. These images capture the sense of urgency felt, and why many stand together and say, “We are Here”. The work spans from 2009 to 2012, in and around London.

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WONDERLAND Wonderland featuring five contemporary photographers celebrating real or imagined places full of marvels.

JEAN-LUC BROUARD, PETER BENNETT, ROGER HOPGOOD, PETER GATES, JUSTIN SPRAY 08 – 30 OCT Tue-Sun 10:00-17:00 NAKED EYE GALLERY 5 Farm Mews, Farm Road, Hove BN3 1AF www.nakedeyebrighton.com

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GET INVOLVED NOW!

Ecofocus, launched in August 2012, uses twitter as a way of issuing challenges and themes for photographing your environment. Use geotagging to place the images you upload within the Biosphere region of Brighton & Hove and Lewes Downs. Join in www.photofringe.org.uk Info at www.biospherehere.org.uk

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Brighton Photo Fringe Hastings (BPFH) has been facilitated by the Photo Hub Group (Phg) in partnership with Brighton Photo Fringe. The Phg is an independent group of professional, fine art and student photographers funded by the Arts Council England to support and promote photography in the region. Founder members, Andrew Moran and Grace Lau, established the group in 2009 and membership has grown to include photographers from many differing disciplines. Phg will be running a series of shows, films and talks during the festival and venue maps and brochures will be available throughout the region.

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CURATED BY LUCY PHILLIPS 06 – 30 OCT THE ELECTRIC PALACE CINEMA 39A High Street, Hastings TN34 3ER www.electricpalacecinema.com Lucy Phillips, of Photo hub group, presents documentaries on photography. 16 OCT 19:45 £5 What Remains: The Life and Work of Sally Mann 13 NOV 19:45 £5 Somewhere to Disappear (on Alec Soth’s Broken Manual project) HASTINGS ARTS FORUM 36 Marina, St Leonards on Sea TN38 0BU 30 OCT 19:30 Time Zero: The Last Year of Polaroid Film

HARD GRAFT: SHIPS, THE LAND, THE RING ... BRUCE RAE, JOHN COLE, MALCOLM GLOVER 24 OCT – 07 NOV Mon-Sun 11:00-17:00 HASTINGS ARTS FORUM 36 Marina, St Leonards on Sea TN38 0BU Three documentary photographers depicting a boxing gym in Manhattan, shipbuilding on Tyneside and a rural Welsh speaking community in North Wales. All images made in the 1970s and 1980s.

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EATING OUT; ROCK-A-NORE TO ST LEONARDS A collection of photographs reflecting the colour and diversity of eating establishments in Hastings and St Leonards.

TIM MORRIS 10 – 21 OCT Wed-Sun 10:30-16:00 POST OFFICE TEAROOMS 40a Marina, St Leonards on Sea TN38 0BU www.potearooms.wix.com

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HELMAND — PATROL ROBERT WILSON, CURATED BY ANDREW MORAN 01 – 14 NOV Mon-Sun 11:00-17:00 THE STADE HALL The Stade, Hastings TN34 3AR www.robertjwilson.com

This work, selected from a project shown at the Hayward Gallery, concentrates on confrontation in the photographic image. Facing up to the gaze of those with extraordinary experiences becomes a personal challenge. To those with similar experiences, there is a more knowing connection.

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OTHER LIVES LAURIS MORGAN-GRIFFITHS, GARY IMLACH 02 NOV – 16 NOV Mon-Fri 09:30-17:30 Sat 10:00-16:00 TRINITY GALLERY Trinity Street, Hastings TN34 1HG Workshops, dens, land-based hideaways, for men whose work exposes them to the elements; Morgan-Griffiths documents the occupants and interiors of fishermen’s sheds on the Stade. Despite growing gentrification, Soho still presents visitors with invitations to enter open doorways and climb the stairs in search of sex. There are no people in Imlach’s pictures; only thresholds. Hastings

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OSPEDALE AL MARE BRIAN RYBOLT 24 OCT – 07 NOV Mon-Sun 11:00-17:00 HASTINGS ARTS FORUM 36 Marina, St Leonards on Sea TN38 0BU

These photographs document the atmosphere and concrete reality of this once busy, populated and utilised hospital on the Venice Lido. “I felt the haunted souls still resident in this place. I tried to catch traces and remains of what was previously a full, live, environment.”

PHOTOS FROM HASTINGS, ST LEONARDS & BEYOND Documentary Photography from Hastings & St. Leonards, Bexhill, Camber, with an affectionate twist.

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BOB MAZZER 28 OCT – 10 NOV Tue-Sun 11:00-18:00 THE KAVE GALLERY 8 Kings Road, St Leonards on Sea TN37 6EA

PHOTOLOGY: PHOTOGRAPHERS TALKS

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SUE STEWARD, SIMON NORFOLK, VAL WILLIAMS, SIMON ROBERTS 03 SEP – 03 DEC Mon 20:00-22:00 BULLET COFFEE HOUSE 38 Robertson St. Hastings TN34 1HT www.photohubgroup.blogspot.com The interested and curious are invited to a series of talks on & around the subject of photography given by knowledgeable curators and photographers. 03 SEP Sue Steward 01 OCT Simon Norfolk 05 NOV Val Williams 03 DEC Simon Roberts Entrance fee of £3 is charged. contact@photology.info 46

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STADE OPEN PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION — ‘STADE COLOUR’ In its third year, the competition is open to professionals & amateurs. The competition invites entrants to explore and celebrate photographically; capture the uniqueness and essence of the area with all its colour, busy-ness, people and texture. The exhibition features three winners and 30 images.

VARIOUS 20 OCT – 25 NOV Mon-Sun 11:00-16:00 FISHERMEN’S, SHIPWRECK AND BLUE REEF MUSEUMS Rock-a-Nore Road Hastings TN34 3DW www.ohps.org.uk /fishermen’s_museums

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THE FORGOTTEN PEOPLE CLAIRE RICHARDSON 12 – 26 OCT Mon-Fri 09:30-17:30 Sat 10:00-16:00 TRINITY GALLERY Trinity Street, Hastings TN34 1HG www.clairerichardson.com www.trinity-gallery.co.uk

In 2000 the Quicken Trust began supporting orphans in Kabubbu, Uganda. The villagers called themselves ‘the forgotten people’. They lived in abject poverty and existed through subsistence farming and casual quarry labour. Much has been achieved; much hangs in the balance.

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THE SUN DOES NOT MOVE A search for understanding beneath the threshold of language. Anomalies and curiosities found from day to day, peripheral visions and moments of heightened awareness, hand printed in a silver darkroom. Editions, commissions, artist’s proofs. Preview: 13 SEP 18:00-20:00

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ALEX BRATTELL 14 OCT – 22 NOV Mon-Sun 09:00-18:00 CONQUEST HASTINGS Conquest Hospital Exhibition Area, Level 3, The Ridge, St Leonards on Sea TN37 7RD www.brattell.com www.esht.nhs.uk/art

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THE THING ABOUT THINGS DANIELA EXLEY 06 OCT – 18 NOV Mon-Wed 09:00-21:00 Thu-Sun 09:00-23:00 FRANKS FRONT ROOM 31-32 Station Road, Hastings www.danielaexley.com

Things ... Are they simply objects or do they offer mini-narratives of their collectors’ lives, teasing glimpses that tempt our curiosities to delve deeper into the telling traces of their histories and their owners’ identities? Captured here in their domain; languishing, standing proud. Hastings

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XAVERINE BATES, ALEXANDER BRATTELL, HELEN BROOKER, SAMANTHA CAWSON, HELDER CLARA, MARK DUMBRELL, ROY EASTLAND, MARTIN EVERETT, TRACY JONES, CATHRYN KEMP, GRACE LAU, PATRICIA WILSON SMITH, FRANNY SWANN, LUCINDA WELLS, TINA HILL 22 SEP – 13 JAN Tue-Sat 10:00-16:00 Sun 12:00-16:00 HASTINGS MUSEUM & ART GALLERY John’s Place, Bohemia Road, Hastings TN34 1ET www.tellingstories.info

Telling Stories: is a touring group exhibition of 14 artists from Hastings and Margate who have come together to share their stories. It is the second curated exhibition of the Telling Stories: project involving artists from similar places in search of a shared dialogue. The first was Telling Stories: Margate in 2011. All the artists are storytellers, recognising stories as a way of understanding our experiences and making connections; weaving together layers of meaning to inspire, challenge and inform.

Supported by ACE and a key project for Coastal Currents.

Live performance by Hastings Urban Bike and Yumino Sekinn. Gallery talk 07 OCT 2pm. Led by Grace Lau‚ £4 includes tea and cake. Sep opening hours: Tue–Sat 10:00–17:00 Sun 12:00–17:00.

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UPON REFLECTION Upon Reflection explores notions of reflection. Displayed using a variety of techniques and processes. Each artist offers personal perception derived from their practice to create a varied, though unified, show. Preview: 12 OCT 18:30

ROSE BIELA, MEL BREWER, CHRIS MAMMONE, MARY MORRIS, LESLEY PARKINSON, STEVE RUTTER 10 – 24 OCT Mon-Sun 11:00-17:00 HASTINGS ARTS FORUM 36 Marina, St Leonards on Sea TN38 0BU

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VESTIGES BARRY REID 04 – 27 OCT Mon–Sun 10:00-16:00 MEMORIAL ART GALLERY 7 Cambridge Road, Hastings TN34 1DJ barryreidphotography.com

An exhibition drawn from some of the last photographs taken on Hastings Pier in the summer of 2010, before the fire. While the spaces on the pier lacked a sense of connection with the sea and the spaces pictured could be anywhere, the images contain an essence of the seaside pier.

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WAITING TO BE NOTICED Phil’s photographs are a study of absence, a record of a building’s ghosts and period of change. In them we can sense an echo of the old Brunswick Centre and the people who gave it its character for over 30 years. For the foundling project, the waiting is over ...

PHIL COOK 12 OCT – 24 OCT Mon-Sun 11:00–17:00 HASTINGS ARTS FORUM 36 Marina, St Leonards on Sea TN38 0BU

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TIDE TO TIDE PARTS I / II / III Part i LUCINDA WELLS MARJAN ZAHED-KINDERSLEY 10 – 16 OCT Stade Hall, Hastings Private view: 12 OCT Part ii MARTIN EVERETT, WRABNESS (PIS ALLER) 17 - 23 OCT Stade Hall, Hastings Private view: 19 OCT

Part iii LUCINDA WELLS MARJAN ZAHED-KINDERSLEY 20 - 27 OCT Kave Gallery, Kings Road, St Leonards on Sea Private view: 20 OCT

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BRIGHTON PHOTO FRINGE LAUNCH PARTY 06 – 07 OCT Sat 21:00-02:00 HILTON BRIGHTON METROPOLE Canon Place Entrance, Brighton BN1 2FU www.photofringe.org Come and celebrate the launch of the festival with us! DJs, images and dancing! Speeches at 22:00. First 50 people in receive a free drink. TICKETS: £4

DANNY WILSON MEMORIAL AWARD 17 NOV Sat 18:00-21:00 PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10—14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB www.photofringe.org Award presented to the best emerging or early career photographer exhibiting as part of Brighton Photo Fringe. Award ceremony as part of the festival closing event.

BRIGHTON PHOTO FRINGE CLOSING EVENT 17 NOV Sat 18:00-21:00 PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10—14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB www.photofringe.org Join us for a festival closing event, including the presentation of the Danny Wilson Memorial Award. Wine supplied by Barefoot.

See www.photofringe.org for submission details.

Buy in advance at www.photofringe.org or on the door.

HIDDEN YOUTH

BPF — ECO-FOCUS

AMANDA JOBSON & STUART GRIFFITHS 29 SEP – 04 NOV Tue-Sat 10:00-16:00 Sun 12:00-16:00 HASTINGS MUSEUM & ART GALLERY John’s Place, Bohemia Rd, Hastings TN34 1ET www.xtrax.org www.amandajobson.co.uk www.stuartgriffiths.net www.hmag.org.uk/whatson/ calendar?event=9484

VARIOUS ARTISTS 06 OCT – 18 NOV Tue-Sun 11:00-17:00 PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10­ —14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB www.eco.photofringe.org

Photographers Amanda Jobson & Stuart Griffiths have been running photographic workshops with 16 to 21 year olds at Xtrax. Although at the beginning of their adulthood, their challenging experiences of life have already shaped them. Hidden Youth is not just about these young people’s lives it’s about inspiration, encouragement and support, seeing life through different eyes.

BPF present an exhibition of images from a series of workshops in partnership with the Brighton & Hove and Lewes Bioshpere Project. This is an ongoing project examining the environment in which we live and the ways we engage with it.

6 DEGREES — BPF CARIBBEAN VARIOUS ARTISTS 06 OCT – 18 NOV Tue-Sun 11:00-17:00 PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10—14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB www.photofringe.org A selection of work by students from Barbados Community College produced in March during workshops with Helen Cammock and Natasha Ba Abdullah. www.photofringe.org for full details.

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BPF — ONLINE FOCUS VARIOUS ARTISTS 06 OCT – 18 NOV Tue-Sun 11:00-17:00 PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10—14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB www.photofringe.org BPF present an exhibition of images from this 12-monthlong experiment in exhibition curation. www.focus.photofringe.org for full details

BLACK HISTORY MONTH PROJECT VARIOUS ARTISTS 06 OCT – 18 NOV Tue-Sun 11:00-17:00 PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10—14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB www.photofringe.org BPF commissioned film maker David Alexander to work with young people from BMAE communities in celebration of Black History Month. The work produced on this project will be exhibited at the Fringe Focus space.

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A COLLECTION OF CLICKS CLICKERS COMMUNITY PHOTOGRAPHIC CLUB 06 – 13 OCT Sat 10:30-16:00 GLOUCESTER PLACE BAPTIST CHURCH Brighton BN1 4AA An exhibition displaying the diverse photographic journey of members (old and new) from Clickers Community Photographic Club, based in East Brighton, since its beginings in 2010. The show of photos taken by amateur photographers, reflects a variety of photographic opportunities which have inspired, fascinated and captivated members.

MINICLICK — PECHA KUCHA NIGHT PHOOTCAMP PHOTOGRAPHERS 09 OCT Tue 19:00–21:00 THE OLD MARKET 11a Upper Market St, Hove BN3 1AS The Miniclick photography talks join forces with Lomokev and Phootcamp to put on a transatlantic evening of short talks featuring Phootcamp photographers. Please check www.miniclickatthefringe.com for info.

PECHA KUCHA EVENING FOUNDATION DEGREE STUDENTS FDA PHOTOGRAPHY YEAR 2 STUDENTS 10 OCT Wed 18:30–20:30 JIVE MONKEY THEATRE & BAR 5 Steine Street, Brighton BN2 1TE www.facebook.com/ fdaphotographersbrighton Join us for a lively night of photography presentations at the speakeasy-style Jive Monkey Theatre & Bar. PechaKucha nights are informal and fun gatherings where creative people get together and share their ideas, works and thoughts. The students from the FDA photography degree course at City College will show and discuss their work in this snappy presentation format.

PHOTOVOICE TALK MATT DAW 12 OCT Fri 19:00-21:00 REDROASTER 1d St James’s St, Brighton BN1 1RE www.photovoice.org To accompany the Having our Say 2 exhibition, PhotoVoice Project Manager Matt Daw will talk about participatory photography methodology. There will also be an opportunity for Q&A.

THE PHOTOCOPY CLUB — WE ARE LUCKY / HOLY GHOST PRESENT DUO VARIOUS 13 – 27 OCT PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10—14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB www.thephotocopyclub.com This week-long exhibition looks at the work of four sets of young photographers who work together in partnership. Check: www.photofringe.org for venue and dates

SLIDE PROJECT(OR) WE ARE YES PRODUCTIONS 13 OCT Sat 19:30-23:00 CAXTON ARMS 36 North Gardens, Brighton BN1 3LB www.we-are-yes.com A multimedia show by WeAreYes productions, which was first exhibited as part of PhotoIreland 2012. A myriad of submitted images are taken out of the digital realm and the glory of analogue 35mm slide projections are revisited.

BOOKMAKING WORKSHOP PHOTOBOOK SHOW 13 OCT Sat 12:00-16:00 PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10–14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB www.photobookshow.co.uk Get to grips with some DIY bookmaking techniques. Bring yourself, a stack of prints or file, and leave with a dummy photobook. MATERIALS INCLUDED Sign up : www.photofringe.org

LIVING ROUGH — ROUGH LIVING CURATED BY DENISE FELKIN 13 OCT – 27 OCT Sat 13:00-16:00 FIRST BASE St Stephens Hall, Montpelier Place, Brighton BN1 3BF Brighton street homeless community have conceived and documented their experience of life on the streets. Curated by Denise Felkin, this fantastic, thought-provoking exhibition and book launch shows both what it is like to be homeless and the talent of those living on the street. Open to anyone interested in gaining a unique insight into people all too often overlooked.

CHILDREN’S WORKSHOP BY JAN VON HOLLENBEN JAN VON HOLLENBEN 14 OCT PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10—14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB Interactive photo workshop. Jan is a ‘homo ludens’ a ‘ playing man’ and a photographer for most of his everyday life. Jan suggests that play is primary to and a necessary (though not sufficient) condition of the generation of culture. This workshop will introduce various aspects of Jan’s play within his photography and in collaboration with the participants, Jan will also create a photographic game.

MINICLICK — MACIEJ DAKOWICZ IN DISCUSSION WITH PETER DENCH MACIEJ DAKOWICZ 16 OCT Tue 19:00-21:00 THE OLD MARKET 11a Upper Market St, Hove BN3 1AS To celebrate the launch of Maciej Dakowicz’s first book Cardiff After Dark (pub. by Thames and Hudson), Maciej will be in conversation with Peter Dench about his work, and signing copies of the book. Please check: www.miniclickatthefringe.com for venue info.

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FILM: “HOW TO MAKE A BOOK WITH STEIDL”

TALK ABOUT COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE

MINICLICK — GORDON MACDONALD & CLARE STRAND

PHOTOBOOK SHOW 18 OCT Thu 19:00–21:00 PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10–14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB www.photobookshow.com

19 OCT Fri 19:00–21:00 REDROASTER 1d St James’s St, Brighton BN1 1RE

23 OCT Tue 19:00–21:00 THE REGENCY TOWN HOUSE 13 Brunswick Square, Hove BN3 1EH

Full details to follow: see www.photofringe.org

The Miniclick photography talks present Clare Strand and Gordon Macdonald talking about their work to coincide with their exhibition at the same venue for the Fringe.

A feature length documentary exploring the world and vision of one of the world’s most venerated publishers. Book at www.photofringe.org to avoid disappointment. Cider on tap

BEHIND THE IMAGE TALK ANNA FOX, NATASHA CARUANA 20 OCT Sat 12:00-17:00 PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10—14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB Anna Fox and Natasha Caruana will unpack the work that goes on behind the making of projects and images — the territory that normally lies hidden behind the gloss of the final images. Anna and Natasha will each discuss some of the research behind their current projects and will then invite the audience to participate by sharing their project ideas – together you will explore potential avenues for furthering your research and opening up ideas for your work.

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MINICLICK — A WEEKEND OF PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS 20 – 21 OCT Sat-Sun 10:00-17:00 CREATE STUDIOS Unit D&E, Level 2 South, New England House, New England St, Brighton BN1 4GH The Miniclick photography talks, collaborating with Create Studios, present a weekend of workshops by Laura Pannack, Ewen Spencer, Luca Sage, Emma Critchley, Murray Ballard and Jean-Luc Brouard. £40 PER WORKSHOP Please check www.miniclickatthefringe.com for info.

Please check: www.miniclickatthefringe.com for venue info.

THE PHOTOCOPY CLUB SELF-PORTRAITS AND JOURNALS VARIOUS 19 – 25 OCT PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10—14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB www.thephotocopyclub.com Portraits and Journals. The Photocopy Club present a new project in which they have asked photographers to take photocopied self portraits along with pages from their research journals and notebooks.

BRIGHTON ARTSFORUM FEEDBACK CIRCLE

ZINE WORKSHOPS AND PANEL TALKS

PHOTOGRAPHY & PARTICIPATION TALK

OCT 24 Wed 17:30–19:30 UNIVERSITY OF BRIGHTON Grand Parade, Room G4 www.theartsforum.blogspot.com

27 OCT PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10—14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB

LINDSEY SMITH 02 NOV Fri 19:00-21:00 REDROASTER 1d St James’s St, Brighton BN1 1RE www.photofringe.org

Brighton Photo Fringe and Brighton ArtsFORUM are collaborating to bring you a unique feedback workshop where you can discuss the concerns of your photographic projects in small groups. If you would like to be a part of the critique circle, please email: thebrightonartsforum @gmail.com

Everything you need to know about and everyone you need to meet about zines. Hosted by the Photocopy Club. www.photofringe.org

IS THAT A TALK TRI-POD 01 NOV Mon 18:30-20:30 PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10—14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB

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OFFHAND MARTIN ROBINSON 27 OCT Sat 19:00–23:00 ST ANDREWS CHURCH Waterloo Street, Hove BN3 Offhand present live performances from recent Brownswood alumni Anushka and Lost Twin, with showcase.

VIGNETTES – FILM SCREENINGS EVENING SCREENING IN THE GREEN ROOM 20 OCT Sat 19:00, Arrive early PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10—14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB Vignettes and Eye Above the Wall bring their short documentary screening party to Brighton, followed by Q&As with some of the directors. For info on how to submit a film visit the website.

Is That a Talk: Tri-pod in conversation with special guests. Visit www.tri-pod.co.uk for further information.

FILM: “SHOOTING ROBERT KING” PHOTOBOOK SHOW 01 NOV Thu 19:00-21:00 PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10—14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB www.photobookshow.com An intimate journey following Robert King and his ambition to win the Pullitzer Prize for photography. Free (book at photofringe.org to avoid disappointment) Cider on tap

Local photographic artist Lindsey Smith will host an evening of presentations & open discussion to explore participatory practice.

THE PHOTOCOPY CLUB OPEN SPACE 03 NOV Sat 11:00-17:00 PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10–14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB www.thephotocopyclub.com The Photocopy Club invite the public to come and join us in photocopying their own work and displaying it at the project space in the Fringe Focus at Phoenix Brighton.

IS THAT A PROJECT TRI-POD 03 NOV Sat 13:00-17:00 PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10-14 Waterloo Place Brighton BN2 9NB Is That a Project will offer drop-in sessions for photographers to discuss their projects in progress. Please go to: www.tri-pod.co.uk for further information.

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PHOTOBOOK SHOW — MARKET

MINICLICK — PECHA KUCHA NIGHT

ROAD, SITE AND HOUSE — TALK

08 NOV Thu 19:00–21:00 PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10—14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB www.photobookshow.com

VARIOUS 13 NOV Tue 19:00–21:00 THE OLD MARKET 11a Upper Market St, Hove BN3 1AS

SIMON EVANS 16 NOV Fri 19:00-21:00 REDROASTER 1d St James’s St, Brighton BN1 1RE

We’ll be selling newspaperbased productions from the archive, alongside some friendly small publishers. Cider and music on tap.

The Miniclick photography talks, in association with Brighton Source magazine, present an evening of short Pecha Kucha talks by photographers and film-makers from all over the country.

Two talks illustrated with historic images and archive footage, followed by discussion. We trace local Romany history before exploring how Gypsy stereotypes have been both reinforced and challenged through lens-based media. Simon Evans has worked within the Gypsy community in photography, video and radio for over 25 years.

NOTES ON COLLABORATION ANTHONY LUVERA 09 NOV Fri 19:00–21:00 REDROASTER 1d St James’s St, Brighton BN1 1RE Anthony Luvera outlines some of the questions, observations, thoughts and experiences he has gathered as an artist, writer and educator working with groups of people in frameworks that could be described as participatory, or otherwise invested in methodologies of co-production, facilitation, pedagogy and collaboration.

PHOTOBOOK SHOW — GUEST WORKSHOPS 10 NOV Sat 12:00-16:00 PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10—14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB www.photobookshow.com Come and explore a variety of photographic production techniques, with a variety of teachers. Practical and theory elements. Sign up at www.photofringe.org 56

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INSIDE OUT ANTHONY LUVERA 15 NOV Thu 19:00–21:00 PHOENIX 10—14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB A public forum on photography, participation and homelessness. Anthony Luvera has been commissioned to create new work with homeless people living in Brighton. To launch this year-long project this forum invites you to join the artist to question the ethics of representation in participatory art practices, and consider the issues, policies and politics that affect the lives of individuals experiencing homelessness in Brighton today. www.photofringe.org

STILL WORKING — TALK VICKY HODGSON 26 NOV Mon 19:00–21:00 REDROASTER 1d St James’s St, Brighton BN1 1RE An artist’s talk to accompany an exhibition of photographic portraits of women who are still working or volunteering past retirement age.

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October/November 2012

Black History Month 2012 Brighton & Hove and across Sussex This year sees another world-class programme of arts and cultural events, kicking off in September, lasting through to November, all marking the contributions Black and ethnic minority people make to our region. We have visual arts, music, film, literature, arts and crafts, theatre, fashion, food, sport and more. Black History Month is run by volunteers with a shared aim: we want to create a space for you to enjoy the rich variety of heritages, languages and cultures that enrich our society.

We invite you to join us in this celebration – long after the London Olympics and Paralympics have finished, let us continue being united as one world here in Brighton & Hove and Sussex. Photo credit: Black History Month street party, 2010. Photo by Paul Jackson

Programme highlights: September • 8 - Yiribaa & Zimbaremabwe, Pavilion Theatre • 29 - ‘Rum and Bass’ Black History month launch party, Corn Exchange • Launch of Brighton & Hove Untold – QR project from Brighton & Hove Black History October • 5 –Poet Patience Agbabi, Hastings Museum - Writing Our Legacy & Afrikaba • 6 - Nigerian Independence celebration with dance, fashion, live performances, Moulsecoomb Hall • 6/ – Writing and performance workshops, Brighton & Hastings - Writing Our Legacy • 6/7 –Far Pavilion, Arabic culture festival in an arabesque tent, Pavilion Gardens - Sandpit Productions • 10 - ‘BME comic book workshop for children & young people’, Brighton - Writing Our Legacy • 20 - Writing Our Legacy presents historical and modern Asian authors, Crawley Library • 20 – Legacy Film Festival - 1.30 screening • 24 - Inua Ellams critically acclaimed play ‘black t shirt’, Brighton Dome • 25 – Legacy Film Festival - 6.30 screening • 27– Legacy Film Festival film screenings, Old Courthouse & Duke at the Komedia • 27 - Kora Festival, Sallis Benney November • 3 - Worthing family cultural day + film screening of Marley • 9 - Kanda BongoMan, Brighton Pavilion - African Night Fever • 17– Latin Voices Live! Day of the dead celebration, Brighton Museum and Dome – Writing Our Legacy • Bandbazi launch oral history, photographic portrait and archive exhibition, Like Sugar in Milk: Stories of Zoroastrian Migration to the South East of England. For further information, see http://brightonblackhistorymonth.org.uk/ Black History Month associate organisations: Urbanflo, Writing Our Legacy, Legacy Film Festival, Photofringe, Brighton Black History, Brighton Dome, Sandpit Productions, DJambass, Faze 2 entertainment, University of Brighton, Adaptatrap, Worthing Black History group, World Family, Afrikaba Festival, Crawley Black History Month, and Brighton & Hove Black History Month

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