First Monday - 1 July Ëpha J Roe and presentation by BHASVIC students

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Photo Fringe First Monday – 1 July
Green Room
Phoenix, Brighton
6.30pm to 8pm

Join us on Monday for a some friendly photo chat at Phoenix Brighton.

This month we are delighted to be joined by Ëpha J Roe, a Brighton-based artist and researcher whose work broadly covers issues about land, identity, space and place. He is currently undergoing a PhD in photographic practice at the University of Brighton, researching theories on English national identity and place in relation to landscape and myth. He completed an MA in Art History and Museum Curating with Photography at the University of Sussex in 2015.

He exhibited in BPF18 as part of Ontic Collective, with Bethan Clarke and David Cundy. He was selected for Revolv Collective's Homeland exhibition and zine in 2019, as well as in One Year Revolv, at Safehouse 1, London in 2018. In February 2019 he was also featured in the exhibition Aesthetic Initialisms at ONCA.

Our student participants, who all study at BHASVIC, will also be presenting recent work and new project ideas. Please warmly welcome Chloe Liebenberg, Oscar Clarke, Niamh Cable, Daisy Tearle, Lottie Rodger and Amalie Luthra.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Caravan Café will be open to serve hot and cold drinks and delicious snacks before the event.

Image: Ëpha J Roe, recent work

Image by Lottie Rodger, BHASVIC student.

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