Interplace: Brighton Photo Fringe 2022

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A collaboration between artists Eloise Calandre and Lorna Allan as part of Real Utopias, the Brighton Photo fringe festival 2022.

Interplace is an evolving photography installation situated at Colonnade House, Worthing and centered around the history and community of Worthing, West Sussex. Working with Worthing Museum archives and Worthing community to create an ongoing collection of photographs, taken across layers of time, past and present, to pose questions about changes and consistencies of a place. Photographs are interplaced and interwoven in sculptural form. Through the arrested moments of photography, Interplace plays with concepts of materiality and time and sits on the threshold between real and imaginary to create a collective story of place.

The project engages Worthing’s community to participate in the growth and adaptation of the show throughout its duration People are invited to contribute images throughout the show in order to expand the network of images in the show and allow the installation to evolve.

Young adults resident in Worthing are represented in a series of portraits.

This is an experimental project exploring improvisation and live making in the gallery space, with an aim to create an inclusive and discursive community art practice
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 5 Oct 2022


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