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A bright multicoloured digital collage with objects flying out from the centre including a CD, pieces of paper, a small glove and a bar of soap.

Matrices and Communities: FACT Together 2022-2023

28.09.2023, by Reece Griffiths

Four people are seated in front of a large projection screen at Brighton CCA Dorset Place; they are silhouetted in a darkened room. On the screen is a still image from 632700, showing an red and green abstract pattern around the edge, a central white circular band with a photograph of a den made from sticks in the woods inside the circle, a drawing of red and blue flowers in the bottom right, and a drawing of a person painting a landscape scene on canvas in the bottom left.

Anne-Marie Atkinson: ‘632700’

29.03.2023, by Michael Orr

Wooden sculptures depicting sheet face masks in a low-lit gallery space.

My Garden, My Sanctuary

16.09.2022, by Denise Courcoux

A vertical screen showing a figure in a medieval-inspired dress, framed in a pixelated arch. To the right is a doorframe filled with perspex clouds held together in a grille structure. Behind is a computer terminal and a hanging painted curtain.

Ronnie Danaher: iConfess

06.08.2022, by Zara Worth

Someone takes a photograph of a framed image of themself, their face distorted with silver bubbles before it.

True Voyage is Return: Augmented Empathy

30.10.2020, by Stephanie Gavan

In a dark room a large screen shows a cgi rendered rhino in an empty white room. On the floor to the left in the dark space are two more monitors which show a graph and a heat map.

And Say the Animal Responded?

07.09.2020, by Denise Courcoux

A person with brown hair wearing a white shirt stands in front of a painting in shades of black, purple and grey.

A new gallery for Leeds. BLANK_ opens with Rhian Cooke: Divide by Two

17.10.2019, by Abi Mitchell

Dan Holdsworth NGCA Sunderland

Dan Holdsworth: Continuous Topography

06.11.2018, by Grace Denton

Bedwyr Williams: Hypercaust at Storyhouse

27.11.2017, by Bob Dickinson

Preview: Log Book at Frequency Festival

20.10.2017, by Jacob Bolton