News/April 2018

Artist in residence anti-cool will present a showing of a video installation she has been working on during her stay with us. The work explores the stories of several British families and couples, separated or disrupted by current immigration policies.

Using raw and often blunt interview footage, the artist investigates the participants true feelings about borders, human rights and families. Although highly pertinent to today’s political climate, such stories are still unknown by the majority of the people in the UK.  While investigating the difficult issues of immigration the work also uses experimental visual elements to explore the highly emotive side of the subject matter.

Date: Tuesday 17th April
Time: 18.30-19.30
Location: Unit 5, 20 Wellington Road, Portslade, Brighton, BN41 1DN

Admission is free but please let us know you will be coming by emailing Anna on: volunteer(at)

More about anti-cool’s work is on her website:



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  1. Katarzyna Koba
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    Dear Blast Theory,

    I am writing to you as a motivated and creative individual with a background as a freelance intermedia artist, blogger and VR mediator.

    I would like to visit you today with my friend who is studying photography at the University of Brighton, because we both have strong interest your works.

    Many thanks,
    Katarzyna Koba

    • Dan Lamont
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      Hi there,

      You’re very welcome to come along to the talk this evening. The doors will be at 18.30.

      See you then.