It’s all about memory.
How do we make sense of the world around us?
Are we really just seeking ways to connect across the
ever-expanding simulacrum of modern life?
When does the past converse with the future?
Where can I see a little bit of everyone, and everything?
And how can we share moments together?
Short answer: I haven’t a clue.
But I think that our creations – our arts – bring us closer to
understanding each other.
Teach us how to empathise with one another, and preserve
Those are the reasons I love films.
And books, performance, craft – they safeguard
our memories, and our experiences.
You’ve got to love that.
Having settled in the deconsecrated Holy Trinity Church in Brighton’s city centre 25 years ago, arts organisation Fabrica has since worked tirelessly to engage with the local community as a social hub and support centre. The past twelve months have presented new challenges to the continuation of outreach programmes, tailored to the needs of vulnerable…
Still, in motion: Julian Vilarrubi’s Shifting Moments exhibition breathes life into the Phoenix, Brighton
One of the most generous aspects of contemporary landscape art is its ability to translate a pastiched visual language of urban development – mixtures of modern and historical architecture, natural effects and organic structures – into something harmonious and profoundly beautiful. From jagged scaffolds to the potent beams of an evening sun, Julian Vilarrubi’s most…
Anticipating the release of ‘Get Back’ (directed by the master of the remaster Peter Jackson) this summer, we’ve got a little time to think about how enduring the spirit of the Beatles has been throughout the half-century since their split. There is, however, a fly in the ointment that needs sorting out.
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Sophie Coppenhall, Feb 2021.