OXYGEN: BreathTAKING
  • Brighton Fringe

The OXYGEN series by urbanflo opens up a powerful new lens to creatively explore the human condition and new narratives from the perspective of communities still impacted by the legacies of colonialism. The programme launches with two Brighton Fringe exhibitions which include the 'breathTAKING' exhibition at Phoenix Main Gallery that offers a rare mainstream platform for local artists to present bold new multi-disciplinary interpretations, through illustration, digital art, spoken word and video, plus leading edge works using virtual reality, augmented reality and facial detection. 'breathTAKING' is curated by urbanflo Founder/Director Jenni Lewin-Turner and guest creatives include Judith Ricketts, Josef Cabey, River Sweeney and AFLO. the Poet. The exhibition is funded in part by Phoenix Art Space and the Centre for Arts and Wellbeing at the University of Brighton.In the interest of everyones safety and wellbeing, from 16 June " 25 July, the galleries at Phoenix Art Space will be open Thursday " Sunday, 13.00 " 17.00 only. Visitors must pre-book a free, timed slot in advance of their visit. Only a limited number of people are allowed into the building at any given time so its essential that all visitors book. Please check https://www.phoenixbrighton.org/Events/breathtaking/ in June for a booking link.

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