The British Journal of Photography interviewed co-commissioned HOUSE Biennial and Photoworks artist, Natasha Caruana, about her forthcoming exhibition and new commission piece Timely Tale. You can read the article HERE. Find out when the exhibition opens for HOUSE Biennial HERE. Exhibition is free, closed Mondays, open Tuesdays – Sundays at University of Brighton Galleries, Edward […]
“It’s all about making the work, not the career.” An interview with Laura Ford, the lead artist of HOUSE Biennial. Read the full article HERE. A King’s Appetite opens at Brighton Museum & Art Gallery on September 30 and closes November 5. Find out more about it and opening times HERE.
HOUSE Biennial and Photoworks co-commissioned artist Natasha Caruana on her new work and the tyranny of choice. For HOUSE Biennial Natasha Caruana presents Timely Tale, a lens-based work set against a backdrop of love, desire and health in the age of Excess. These topics are discussed in the artwork through the vehicle of the artist’s mother […]
HOUSE is delighted to be partnering once again with Outside In to present newly commissioned artwork created for the Biennial. Two artists this year, Anthony Stevens (Brighton) and Andrew Omoding (London), have been selected from Outside In’s network of over 2500 artists to produce new artworks inspired by the theme of ‘Excess’. New, handmade works […]
Partners Outside In, asked Sarah Watson to review 2016’s HOUSE Festival. Sarah Watson is a visual artist and photographer, she is currently working with Carousel in Brighton creating animations for a live interactive performance project called “Creatures of the Revolution”; she is Chair of Trustees for Carousel and a committee member for their Oska Bright international film […]
Gillian will be presenting A Room With Your Views and invites anyone to film a short clip of either curtains or blinds opening to reveal the view from their windows. Like the curtains going up at the beginning of a stage play each view is a pictorial unveiling of a landscape, cityscape or even a brick wall. The […]
An excellent and insightful film about Nathan Coley’s work at the Regency Town House and St Nicholas Church this year. See on the BBC
Drones, space capsules and set-building as fine art Joseph Popper is probably, so far, the We Made It interviewee operating most squarely within the world of fine art: his work is weighty with concept and highly immersive, and he operates within the world of galleries and commissions. But he very certainly belongs in this section. His stage […]