Beyond the Edge

Kate Aries, Hollie Blanchard, Alexander Brattell, Leroy Copleston, Bronni Cross, Victoria Louise Doyle, Lenore Goodson, Blake Lewis, Bikrant Maharjan, Line Matson, Robyn Matthews, Daisy O’Neill, Nick Sayers, Tom Slevin

15–28 October

Mon–Sun 10:00–16:30

Abstract photography group exhibition informed by science and maths curated by Leroy Copleston. A dynamic mix of imagery situated at the non-representational end of the photographic spectrum, Beyond the Edge is about experimental work with a consideration for either the chemistry, biology, physics or mathematics involved in the process.

Accessibility: This venue is accessible for wheelchair users 

39 The Mezzanine Gallery, South Downs Heritage Centre
South Downs Nurseries
Brighton Road
Hassocks, BN6 9LY

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