15 September

Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva

Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva

ELPIDA HADZI-VASILEVA Reoccurring Undulation VI, 2017 Shipwreck Museum, Rock-a-Nore Rd, Hastings, TN34 3DW Private View: Saturday 2 September 6-8pm Exhibition runs from Saturday 2 September to Sunday 1 October FREE The internationally acclaimed Macedonian artist Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva will showcase Reoccurring Undulation VI at the Shipwreck Museum in Rock-a-Nore. Reoccurring Undulation is made from fi sh skin tiles and was originally […]

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ZEROH – Wavelength

ZEROH – Wavelength

DANIEL HARDIKER and NEIL HETHERINGTON (ZEROH) Wavelength Bottle Alley, Hastings/St Leonards seafront, TN37 6BZ Launching on Friday 1st September Throughout the Festival FREE Wavelength will be a site specific visual experiment in Bottle Alley, a unique space that joins Hastings with St Leonards and one now synonymous with ZEROH and Coastal Currents after the success of Point of Decay in […]

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AFTER HOURS

AFTER HOURS

AFTER HOURS As part of the Warrior Square Conveniences project,the four participating artists will screen video works in four shop windows in Hastings from dusk till dawn. Greig Burgoyne will screen a new piece created from his performance on the opening weekend. Matt Mahony-Page,Kimvi Nguyen and Louise Ashcroft will screen already existing material. Greig Burgoyne British Heart Foundation, Hastings Furniture […]

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Artists’ Film at SEED

Artists’ Film at SEED

Artists’ Film at SEED 50 George St, Hastings, TN34 3EA Thursday to Sunday Throughout the Festival 4pm until close FREE The artist’s will also be displaying prints of their work for sale. Repetitive (2011). Over three weeks, SEED will be home of three inspirational film artists, Zoe Richardson, Charlotte Bradley and Catinca Malaimare. All chosen for their beautifully engaging pieces, […]

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Guy Bigland – The Written Word

Guy Bigland – The Written Word

GUY BIGLAND – THE WRITTEN WORD Hastings Independent Newspaper Throughout the Festival FREE Guy Bigland has been commissioned to produce a new piece of work which will be printed in the pages of the Hastings Independent throughout the festival. Bigland sees words as raw material to be collected and organised by the mechanics of rule-based systems. He explores language as […]

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Dazzleship NN201

Dazzleship NN201

Dazzleship NN201 The Stade, Hastings Beach, (Opposite the Jerwood Gallery), Hastings, TN34 3DW jayeho10@hotmail.com jayeho.com The boat can be seen from dawn till dusk. Dazzleship NN201, a Hastings fishing boat will be painted in WW1 dazzleship camouflage, to highlight the role of the fishing community during both world wars. All welcome to the private view on Sep 1 (5pm – […]

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FIONA GRADY

FIONA GRADY

FIONA GRADY St Mary in the Castle, Pelham Crescent, Hastings, TN34 3AF 12 September until 1 October 10am – 4pm FREE ‘FRACTURED VISIONS’ Fiona Grady creates large site-responsive drawings on walls, windows and floors using sequences of dispersing geometric shapes. Her practice recognises the relationship between architecture, installation art and decoration. For her exhibition at St Mary in the Castle, […]

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Hand Me Down

Hand Me Down

HAND ME DOWN
8 new super 8 films with live score by Non-Blank

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SIREN by Ray Lee

SIREN by Ray Lee

SIREN by Ray Lee St Mary in the Castle, 7 Pelham Crescent, Hastings, TN34 3AF £6 Thursday 14 September, 8pm BOOK NOW Friday 15 September, 8pm BOOK NOW Saturday 16 September, 6pm BOOK NOW Saturday 16 September, 8pm BOOK NOW Capacity limited per session so please book in advance so as not to be disappointed. Sited within the atmospheric auditorium of St Mary […]

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Residency365 @ The Space

Residency365 @ The Space

Residency365 @ The Space St Johns Road, St Leonards on Sea, TN37 6HL (next to St Leonards Warrior Square train station, behind 24/7 taxi rank) Louise Kenward & Nicole Zaaroura Follow on Twitter @Residency365 residency365.wordpress.com Visible from dawn until dusk. Working site responsively, Louise and Nicole create temporal interventions in ‘borrowed’ spaces. Collaborating over the past year, they have inhabited […]

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