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International Women’s Day: A Conversation with Angela Saini on 10 March, 12noon
Students and staff are invited to this free event hosted by the Universities of Brighton and Sussex which sees award-winning science journalist and author of ‘Inferior: How Science Got Women Wrong’ and ‘Superior: the Return of Race Science’ speaking (More)
Second year Fine Art students online exhibition
Over 100 Brighton second year fine art  and media students are beating the lockdown by organising an online exhibition to showcase work across diverse media. Second year  More)
Moving Image lecturer Matthew Noel-Tod presents his film at ICA event
The course leader of our Moving Image BA(Hons), and artist and writer, Matthew Noel-Tod, presents his new short film Soft Floor, Hard Film (More)
Belfast Film Festival screening for Moving Image course lecturer Matthew Noel-Tod
Four films by Moving Image course leader Matthew Noel-Tod will be shown as part of the 17th Belfast Film Festival followed by a Q&A with the director. In an article in Art Monthly, Nick Warner wrote of Matthew's work: 'Most potent across Noel-To (More)
Moving Image lecturer London showing
Moving Image lecturer Matthew Noel-Tod joins seven contemporary artists in an annual exhibition to interpret a very particular part of London. Now in its fourth year, Tintype’s Essex Road invites eight artists to each make a short mo (More)
Graduates 2018: Katie Carson: Moving Image
I work within the moving image medium creating multi-disciplinary work utilising digital technology and analog film processes which are amalgamated with textural animations. One of my favourite modes of storytelling is the use of 35mm scans with su (More)
Graduates 2018: Pacheanne Anderson: Moving Image
I usually work with film and animation and tend to focus on issues specifically regarding young people between 16 and 25. The works focus on mental health, substance abuse and at the moment explores Domestic Violence in same-sex relationships. I f (More)
Graduates 2018: Durril Weller: Moving Image
My practice explores intersections between technology, architecture, and social narrative. My work interrogates the capacity to image significant historical occurrences to develop complex and challenging representations of those incide (More)
Moving Image and Photography 2nd year exhibition: CINESTHESIA
Cinesthesia will be open to the public over the month of January 2019. The exhibition will display work by moving image and photography students marking their 2nd year studying at Brighton University. Look at our student run exhibition instagram More)
Graduate Show 2019: Charlot Brinkhuis: Moving Image
My work explores personal connections and communication between individuals against a backdrop of contemporary politics, processes of globalisation and colonial histories. I am interested in expressions of discomfort, confusion, failure, uncertaint (More)
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