Past › Exhibitions
Zan's latest work, which is being shown at the DC1, includes a collection of paintings called 'Creation', depicting various views of nature.
We live in a busy materialistic world, often completely unaware of the beauty on our doorstep. The ever changing colours often seen daily are missed by the passerby. The camera alters the whole composition and feel; exaggerating the foreground and flattening the distant hills or mountains.
Zan like's to depict this scenery, usually hundreds of years old, but sometimes developed by man.Find out more »
The return of Digital Weekender 3!
The programme will incorporate contemporary music making, video games and graphic novel making.
More exciting news and updates to be announced ......Find out more »
Larry Achiampong & David Blandy - Curators/Artists
Across Devonshire Collectives spaces will be a programme of performances, talks and an exhibition that look at identity, race and our relationship to the digital, investigating the possibilities offered by Afro-futurism, cybernetics, virtuality and the ideas of the trans and post-human. The programme will incorporate contemporary music making, video games and graphic novel making.Find out more »
A group show from Tears of the Earth Artist Group. More information forthcoming.Find out more »
Artist Judith Alder explores growth, change and evolution from the origins of life to the 21st century and beyond in her new project, Once in a Universe. Once in a Universe culminates in a two-week residency at DC1 Café Gallery from 24 September to 7 October 2018, when Judith will be working live in the gallery and developing new work informed by her research.Find out more »
HOW TO SURVIVE AND THRIVE IN THE AGE OF MACHINES: Writers, Scientists & Artists Reflect on our Future Selves
HOW TO SURVIVE AND THRIVE IN THE AGE OF MACHINES: Writers, Scientists & Artists Reflect on our Future Selves Ever wondered what will happen in the future? We are living in an age known as the Anthropocene: The Age of Man, where human consumption and waste is making a lasting effect on the planet. Carbon dioxide, mass extinctions of plant and animal species, climate change, the list goes on - but on the other hand, organisms must - and are -…Find out more »
Helen Cammock is based in London and works across a variety of mediums, including photography, spoken word, writing, song, performance, printmaking, and installation. Through her artistic practice, Cammock explores histories, storytelling, and overlooked or silenced perspectives. She has drawn inspiration from figures like Nina Simone, Maya Angelou, James Baldwin, and Philip Larkin. Helen Cammock was awarded the Max Mara Art Prize for Women at a ceremony at the Whitechapel Gallery in London. As the winner of the award, Cammock travelled to…Find out more »
Constructed Geographies Artist Talk start : 5-6pm £3 entry, free for Devonshire West residentsFind out more »
7-9pm Launch event with DJ & food - DJ Task (African Night Fever) & food £5 entry, free for Devonshire West residents & children under 16Find out more »
Talk & display on WW1 Indian soldiers from Brighton & Hove Black History 1-3pm £3 entry, free for Devonshire West residentsFind out more »