Phoenix Brighton

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Contemporary visual arts gallery showing a range of stimulating work in all media by artists based in the UK and beyond. Part of a large arts organisation running studios, workshops, residencies, events, and outreach.

Venue Type:

Gallery, Artist studio or collective

Opening hours

Wednesday - Sunday 11 - 5

Closed: Mondays and Tuesdays

Admission charges


Additional info

Work and meeting space for hire.

Collection details

Fine Art

Exhibition details are listed below, you may need to scroll down to see them all.
Luciana Haill

Technology Is Not Neutral

  • 2 — 25 September 2016 *on now

“Technology is not neutral” is an exhibition project curated by Gordana Novakovic, Anna Dumitriu and Irini Papadimitriou. The exhibition highlights and investigates the work of a group of women artists in the field of digital arts, where women are often underrepresented. The title refers to a quote by Donna Haraway taken from her Cyborg Manifesto. It includes significant and newly commissioned work by pioneering and contemporary female digital artists, spanning a wide range of themes and approaches. The exhibition features work by Ghislaine Boddington, Susan Collins, Laura Dekker, Anna Dumitriu, Bhavani Esapathi, Julie Freeman, Kate Genevieve, Sue Gollifer, Luciana Haill, Nina Kov, and Gordana Novakovic. The exhibition will open at Phoenix Brighton as part of Brighton Digital Festival 2016 then tour to Watermans in London accompanied by a major symposium. The exhibition is supported by Arts Council England and created in partnership with The Computer Arts Society, UCL, Women Shift Digital, Phoenix Brighton and Watermans.

The exhibition is open Wednesday to Sunday, 11am – 5pm.

Kay Aplin, 'Sandness'

Landscape : Islands

  • 2 — 25 September 2016 *on now

A unique international residency programme culminates in an exhibition bringing together ceramic and sound artists to collaborate in the making of new work in response to ‘landscape’. The artist duos are: Anne Lykke (Denmark, Ceramics) and Mike Blow (UK, Sound); Ingibjörg Guðmundsdóttir (Iceland, Ceramics) and Iris Garrelfs (UK and Germany, Sound).

The international ceramic artists were initially selected on the basis that their practice responds to a notion of landscape and paired with a UK based sound artist who could respond to that work and augment it with sound. The collaborative work that the two artist pairs produce will reflect divergent attitudes to the conversation between sound and ceramics, from loose and associative connections to more integrated sculptural approaches.

Curated by Kay Aplin and Joseph Young in partnership with Phoenix Brighton for Brighton Digital Festival. Further details of the Landscape : Islands project including events at Phoenix and other partner venues can be found here:

The exhibition is open Wednesday – Sunday 11am – 5pm

Phoenix Brighton
10-14 Waterloo Place
Brighton & Hove
East Sussex




01273 603 700

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