An Ark in the UK

George Coles

4–23 October

Mon–Sat 09:00–17:00
Sun 10:00–17:00

A photographic installation satirising life in 21st century. Based on an A-Z inventory of animals, alive, dead or mythical to board a metaphorical purpose made stunning version of Noah's Ark. Two creatures for every letter, man himself appears in all, indeed it says more about life on two legs rather than four, six or eight.

Opens October 4th the day given to St Francis of Assisi patron saint of animals

No computers were harmed in the making of this exhibition.

Accessibility: This venue is accessible for wheelchair users

30 The Open Market
London Road
Brighton, BN1 4JU

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