Displacement



A part of Brighton Artist Open Houses, a new space for socially engaged art and an artist residency is going to be launched a minute away from Brighton Dome – all in the small cottage of the artivist Gil Mualem Doron, who moved recently from Brixton, London to Brighton.


Displacement – the first SEAS exhibition will be dedicated to issues of refugees, homelessness, Palestine and social justice. The exhibition will include prints, drawings, paintings, photography, agitprops, installations and short films, workshops and talks. Most of the works in the exhibition are for sale and some of the income will go to establishing an artist residency in SEAS.




Participating Artists: Bern O’Donoghue, Deborah Haines, Eitan Bronstein (De-Colonizer) Estabrak Al-Ansari, Gabriela Schutz,Gil Mualem Doron, Heba Rezk,Hong Dam, Manal Deep, Zita Holbourne and others.


Click on the link for the Latest T.V. interview with Gil Mualem Doron:

The Latest T.V. Interview about SEAS with Gil Mualem Doron



A video of Zita Holbourne speaking to the exhibit can be found here.

Socially Engaged Art Salon (SEAS)

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