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Third Thursdays’ theme for April is Memory. We have curated a programme of new and existing works by artists and filmmakers that reflect on and stimulate memories. Including ‘Laser Lunar Lander’ by Seb Lee-Delisle – the 70s videogame projected onto Polo Restaurant (Nile St, The Lanes); ‘Remembering Place’ by Thomas Buckley – a new commission projected on screens floating above Gardner St; ‘Reminiscents’ by Originary Arts – an exhibition of memory-inspired artwork evoked by smell at Lush on East St, plus much more, including musicians playing throughout the streets and a new film trail of reflective films.
Memory is such an important part of human life and experience – join us in celebrating with art, music and film a journey into memory in the streets of Brighton.
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Remembering Place by Thomas Buckley is a shifting collection of animation and footage inspired by Buckley’s practice as an artist who works with memory.
The Dark, Krystle by Michael Robinson showing in the window of Ace & Tate on Bond St.
What else is happening this Thursday
n partnership with Brighton Festival, Fabrica presents A series of works by the Syrian born, US-based architect and artist Mohamad Hafez , shown for the first time in the UK.