Emma Critchley, Helen Cammock, Tess Hurrell

1–30 October

Thurs–Fri 12:00–18:30 Sat–Sun 11:00–18:30 Emma, Helen and Tess have met through their shared connection as Brighton University Photography alumni. The works in this exhibition explore a variety of strategies that examine the complexities of experience and positioning. Each utilises layering, excavating and retelling in their work. Emma Critchley’s Then Listens for Returning Echoes is an audio visual installation that explores notions of resonance and reciprocity. Helen Cammock's There's A Hole in the Sky is a series of films that re-examine history starting with the sugar industry in Barbados. In the Wanderer, Tess sets about a process of chance using a sequence of fixed parameters.

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Hove, BN3 2LS

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