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February 2018

Slowness: an exhibition exploring storytelling, The Chinese Room & Site-Eye

February 6 @ 11:00 am - March 4 @ 5:00 pm
DC1 Cafe & Gallery, 67-69 Seaside Road
Eastbourne, BN21 3PL
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In an age of fibre-optic broadband, high processing gadgets and our ever-increasing appetite for fast disposal content and information, we are living in an age of speed. For our February 2018 exhibition, whose aim is to explore digital art and culture in conjunction with our second Digital Weekender, we present two bodies of digital art work whose process and construction is based on slowness and looking again.

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March 2018

Gökotta: an exhibition exploring personal responses to birdsong

March 6 @ 11:00 am - March 21 @ 5:00 pm
DC1 Cafe & Gallery, 67-69 Seaside Road
Eastbourne, BN21 3PL
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Free - £4

This exhibition’s life started about 3 years ago, at a workshop where Kairos artists were making drawings outdoors, finding their attention focusing not on the visual but the audible, they were distracted by the incredible variety and beauty of the birdsong they could hear in an urban garden. Recently the word “gokotta” was introduced to the group from a twitter feed “word of the day” from the author Robert MacFarlane. It is a Swedish word meaning to get up early…

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My Dirty Secret: an experiential installation by Kristina Veasey

March 24 @ 11:00 am - March 31 @ 5:00 pm
DC1 Gallery, 67-69 Seaside Road
Eastbourne, East Sussex BN21 3PL United Kingdom
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Kristina Veasey invites you to the final exhibition of My Dirty Secret, commissioned and supported by Unlimited, celebrating the work of disabled artists, with funding from Spirit of 2012.

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June 2018

FRETTING: An exhibition by Anita Chester

June 5 @ 11:00 am - June 9 @ 5:00 pm
DC1 Cafe & Gallery, 67-69 Seaside Road
Eastbourne, BN21 3PL
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Fretting is a descriptive term for anxiety. It is also an activity: as a child I went “fretting” with my Dad, a Longshoreman of Eastbourne. On winter days, we would scour the sand at low tide, looking for valuable metal objects - coins, rings, medals etc. Today, I continue this tradition of fretting, but now I collect plastic trash. I fret about the amount of plastic that is accumulating in our environment.  The work in this exhibition is the expression of my feelings about plastic pollution in the ocean. 

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