25th - 31st May '140 Solutions' Brighton Uni 2nd Year Degree Show
'140 Solutions' is a creative response to small-scale and global crises, featuring issues such as gun violence, voting, plastic pollution and fast fashion.
The exhibition will feature limited edition prints, handmade posters, books, apparel and moving image.
All artworks have been created by second-year University of Brighton Graphic Design and Illustration students to inspire and evoke change.
Some limited editions artwork will be for sale at the exhibition.
The gallery will be open from 9am - 5pm everyday during weekdays and 11am - 4pm Sat and Sun.
Upcoming show..... 7th - 30th June - 'Mal-One - Never mind the Punk 45'
Punk Artist Mal-One’s mixed media show ‘Never Mind The Punk 45’ features décollages from the forerunners of the punk rock movement’s debut 45 releases.
Cutting back from the original 7” artworks to show snippets of related material from the bands back story. The use of press cuttings, promo badges, tickets etc, add to the group’s media information. Bands included in the show are Adam & The Ants, Buzzcocks, The Clash, The Damned, Ian Dury, Generation X, The Jam, Ramones, Sex Pistols, Siouxsie and the Banshees, The Stranglers and X Ray Spex.
Also showing is the work 100 Punks, a collage of 100 Punks singles inspired by the original wall in the Rough Trade shop that comprised of many of the punk record sleeves from the time.
The 7’’ single is an underrated art form that is released, grabs our attention and disappears before we know it, deleted from view as the bands move on to their next musical or visual statement.
Artist Mal-One grew up in the same London neighbourhood as future Sex Pistols Steve Jones and Paul Cook. In fact his first introduction was Steve Jones nicking his bike at the grand old age of 7. This same London area of Hammersmith and Shepherds Bush was also a hotbed for the forthcoming Punk scene with such venues as the Red Cow, The Nashville , Fulham Greyhound, Hammersmith Odeon and Hammersmith Palais all within spitting distance.
Being immersed from an early age to the Punk scene has led to an understanding and knowledge of the workings of said movement. Having access to one of the biggest Punk collections has allowed him to draw on this body of work as a template for his future re-workings. The last great revolution where youth, music and art collided provides the backdrop for his Punk Art to create something new from something old and special.
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