Brighton Digital Festival
We are actively involved in Brighton Digital Festival - a month long celebration of digital culture that takes place each Autumn.
This October we're partnering with the festival, The Marlborough Pub & Theatre, and New Queers on the Block to present work from artist Christopher Matthews. Shown for the first time in Brighton, Matthews’ screen-based digital piece Untitled Video Portraits (2017/ present) is about the music video, drawing on familiar values, like rhythm, editing and length, whilst focusing on the performance within the video.
Alongside this, Christopher will be part of a panel discussion with artist Shannon Stewart and dance historian Arabella Stanger at The Marlborough Pub on Monday 21 October at 7.30pm. Tickets are £3 and are available here. Before this, there will be a Meet the Maker event with Christopher from 5pm-7pm in the Marlborough bar, which is free and open to all.
As a contributor to Brighton Digital Festival, we celebrate the meeting of technology and dance in many ways. In the past we have partnered with venues to co-present work, offered Artist Residencies, supported Research and Development, hosted Dance/Tech Hacks, shared work-in-progress and run our Audience Ambassador scheme.
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If you have work that is rooted in movement & technology (in progress or finished) that may be of interest to us or Brighton Digital Festival, please be in touch. Email a short introduction and link to: firstname.lastname@example.org