Lighthouse is a digital culture agency based in Brighton. We support, commission and exhibit work by artists and filmmakers.

Lighthouse creates vibrant, inspirational programmes that show how important artists and filmmakers are in a changing media landscape.

We work with digital art and moving image, which we present in our own venue in Brighton and beyond, nationally and internationally. By supporting artists and filmmakers, through commissioning, exhibition and professional development, we provide a platform for digital artists and creators to demonstrate that digital culture is about more than technology and tools; it is about ideas, emotion, learning, and aesthetics.

Lighthouse also runs the UK’s leading mentoring programme for filmmakers – Guiding Lights – which supports rising film talent by connecting them with some of the industry’s greatest names, including Sam Mendes, Alex Garland, Nick Hornby and Barbara Broccoli.

Lighthouse is a vibrant venue for events in Brighton. As well as hosting our own events, we provide spaces for commercial hire.

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Finding Fanon Part Three Prologue by Larry Achiampong and David Blandy 2016. Photo: Claire Barrett

FINDING FANON: Films, Talks & Vinyl Presentation

  • 29 June 2017 6:30-9:30pm

The official launch of vinyl double album, Finding Fanon Sequence, alongside a screening of the Finding Fanon film trilogy – shown together for the first time at Tate Modern in May – followed by conversation between creators Larry Achiampong and David Blandy and Lighthouse Associate Artistic Director, Elijah.

In the film trilogy, Achiampong and Blandy examine the politics of race, racism and decolonisation, and how these issues affect their relationship to each other. Their conflict is played out through scripts that meld found texts and personal testimony. Navigating hidden and traumatic stories that connect the past, present and future, Finding Fanon questions the promise of globalisation, becoming a search for authenticity in a radically interconnected yet ambiguous world.

In Finding Fanon Sequence Achiampong and Blandy have collected a number of the collaborative synth-based compositions from the Finding Fanon films, interspersed with segments of the narrative, creating an audio version of the Finding Fanon series. This is being launched at Lighthouse as a 300 limited-edition run gatefold double LP, pressed as a two-tone black and white vinyl.

After each screening, Lighthouse Associate Artistic Director Elijah will join the artists to discuss their creative partnership, their use of technology – Finding Fanon Part Two was made entirely within the Grand Theft Auto videogame engine – and how the work relates to the current political landscape.


Date: Thursday 29 June
Times: 7pm – 9.30pm (doors and bar 6.30pm)
Venue: Lighthouse, Brighton
Tickets: £3
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