Spectre of the Real: preview, opening talk and artist talks, SEAS Brighton, 13 April 2019


The Spectre of the Real is an exhibition of Social Art by a group of 23 artists, held in Brighton 13-21 April 2019 at SEAS Socially Engaged Art Salon.


Five artists gave talks. The first was given by Russell Honeyman, curator, to open the show. The talk concerns the Real, a concept of what lies beneath the illusion of everyday life – it contains a message of hope that we can make a better life, and that art can contribute. Following this, talks were given by Elizabeth Eade, O Yemi Tubi, Loraine Monk and Grant Lambie. Below are links to videos of the talks – and, finally, a video preview of all the works on show.



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