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The Interpretation Matters Handbook to launch at De La Warr Pavilion


The De La Warr Pavilion will host the launch of a new publication The Interpretation Matters Handbook, cialis tackling the thorny issue of how galleries communicate with their audiences.   The Interpretation Matters Handbook shines a light on the kind of writing produced by art galleries for public information and challenges preconceived ideas and notions  Continue Reading »

Celeste Barker
Sussex Coast College

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Celeste Barker’s work explores the trace of memory and wear on the surface of objects caused by time and repetition of use. These marks are subsequently recorded with rubbings, ampoule casting and with printmaking. Objects transform, story along with their owners, over time. Domestic items, essential to one’s daily routine, are of particular interest to  Continue Reading »

Naomi Holdbrook
Sussex Coast College

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Naomi Holdbrook expands drawing practice by building ‘drawing machines’ from various materials and experiments with mark-making by removing herself from decision making.   Displayed as installation and film, sale Drawing Machine No. 02 has been adapted from a previous work, medstore Drawing Machine No. 01, and informed by its location within the De La Warr  Continue Reading »

Holly Jarvis
University of Brighton

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Holly Jarvis is a sound artist and improviser. Through installations and performances, medicine medic her work investigates soundscape ecology and deep listening practices.   Re::Sonate is a site-responsive sound installation that will be situated on and around the iconic south staircase at De La Warr Pavilion. The artwork utilises the real-time soundscape of the space,  Continue Reading »

Tom Heatley
University of Brighton

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Tom Heatley creates his work as a means to resolve a personal uncertainty in his choice to pursue photography over sculpture. The presentation of his images moves away from traditional photographic framing, cheap employing found materials, balance and suspension as a means to display his work.   Beginning life as an ethnographic study of the  Continue Reading »

SHORTLIST for Platform Graduate Award 2014 announced

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  The shortlist for the Platform Graduate Award 2014 is announced today. One recent arts graduate from each of the five participating galleries in the South East region has been put forward to be considered for the award. This year a total of 31 artists were selected from 16 participating universities and colleges. The overall  Continue Reading »

First Platform Graduate Award 2014 show opens at De La Warr Pavilion

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The first of five Platform Graduate Award shows, Art Fare: The Shop, opened last week (6 September) at the De La Warr Pavilion (DLWP) in Bexhill and runs until 21 September.   Art Fare: The Shop is one of two art works selected for DLWP’s longlist and is a collaborative work produced by a group of  Continue Reading »

New report looks at power of arts to change lives in three coastal towns

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Cultural Value and Social Capital report launched at House of Commons   Cultural organisations are failing to appreciate the impact they are able to have on health, well being and social capital, according to a recently-launched report “Cultural Value and Social Capital”. The new report, launched at the House of Commons (Wed 16 July), points  Continue Reading »

Platform Graduate Award winner 2012 Joella Wheatley’s first solo show opens at Aspex Gallery

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Joella Wheatley, Between Two Modes, 35cm diameter, Oil, acrylic and pen on canvas on board, 2014   Joella Wheatley was the first winner of the Platform Graduate Award in 2012. Her solo show will open at Aspex Gallery, Portsmouth tonight (6 June) entitled Forgotten Lines and marks a return to the venue where she first showed  Continue Reading »

Stringing the Pearls: Visual Arts, Culture, Collaboration and Cash

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Pablo Bronstein, “Four Alternate Designs for a Lighthouse in the Style of Nicholas Hawksmoor,” 2014. Ink and watercolour on paper. Courtesy Herald St   Mark Sheerin looks at the manifold ways in which the South East region funded a daring network of new-build hubs for art and at the ways in which they are planning  Continue Reading »