The IDENTITY Project

Exhibitions

 

PlusC Innovation Hub, BRIGHTON ‚ÄĘ 01‚Äď28 Feb 2022
Plus X creates co-working spaces that drive business growth and innovation, community collaboration and social impact in Brighton and London.
An installation of Identity was displayed as a solo exhibition in the public areas throughout LGBT History Month. Map.

ANNUAL GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE FEDERATION OF GAY GAMES, MERCURE HOTEL, BRIGHTON ‚ÄĘ 08‚Äď12 Nov 2021
The Federation of Gay Games fosters and augments the self-respect of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and all sexually-fluid or gender-variant individuals (LGBTQ+) throughout the world and promotes respect and understanding, primarily through the sanctioning and oversight of the international quadrennial sport and cultural event known as the ‚ÄúGay Games‚ÄĚ conceived by Dr. Tom Waddell, an Olympic decathlete, and first held in San Francisco in 1982. Their AGA is the annual gathering of worldwide delegates for a week of meeting and networking to promote and organise inclusive sports globally. 
An installation of Identity was commissioned as a solo exhibition throughout the host venue, the Mercure Hotel, for the duration of the conference, and was presented on digital screens and online for those still unable to travel due to the pandemic. Map.

THE LEDWARD CENTRE, BRIGHTON ‚ÄĘ 01 Nov 2021 ‚Äď Jan 2022
The Ledward Centre is a brand new community and cultural centre for Brighton & Hove’s LGBTQ+ communities and allies and to promote LGBTQ+ culture and values.
Identity is part of  Queer Photography ‚Äď a non-definitive survey the launch exhibition for the Ledward Centre, curated by Presented by Socially Engaged Art Salon (SEAS), and is displayed on digital screens on the ground floor. Map.

See the digital installation here:

IRONWORKS STUDIOS, BRIGHTON ‚ÄĘ July ‚Äď October 2021
Ironworks Studios is a fantastic multimedia studio and event space in the middle of Brighton, just a few minutes’ walk from the main train station.
Identity is the launch exhibition for the ‚ÄėPride at the Ironworks‚Äô supported season of cabaret, comedy and live music celebrating LGBTQ+ culture and diversity, and part of a fantastic new year round cultural calendar that views the world through a variety of lenses, amplifying unheard voices. Map.

CHALK, BRIGHTON ‚ÄĘ July ‚Äď November 2021
CHALK is a brilliant, multi-purpose, independent venue located in Brighton’s coach station opposite the iconic Brighton Pier.
The back doors face on to East Street, one of the main routes from the Pavilion and Laines to the seafront. 
Identity is on display in all 3 windows at 2m tall from 16th July 2021 for 4 months. Map.
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JUBILEE LIBRARY, BRIGHTON ‚ÄĘ July ‚Äď August 2021
Jubilee Library is the city’s main library and is spread across 3 floors in a modern all glass building that has won numerous architectural design awards. It has been described as “a triumph”, “the most important public building constructed in Brighton since the Royal Pavilion” and “the superhero [that] saved the city”. In terms of visitor numbers and loans, the library is one of the busiest in England.. 
Identity is on display on 22 A0 panels in all 11 windows, half inward facing and half outward facing, from 19th July 2021 for 1 month. Map.
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from Brighton & Hove Pride ‚Äď visit website

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