We’re delighted to have A Machine To See With featured in a new exhibition at Brighton Museum & Art Gallery that explores Brighton and Hove’s rich contribution to filmmaking from 1896 to the present day. Rare objects such as the world’s first amateur film camera will be on display as well as the avant-garde films of Jeff Keen and the ground-breaking work of today’s local talent.
A Machine To See With is a Locative Cinema film in which the audience played the lead in a bank Heist movie. Participants received a phone call which led them through the city instructing them to complete tasks such as hiding money in a public lavatory and meeting up with a partner in crime.
The exhibition runs from Saturday 22nd October 2016 to Sunday 4th June 2017 at the Spotlight Gallery, Brighton Museum & Art Gallery.
Book tickets through the Brighton Museum & Art Gallery Website.
Date: Sat 22 Oct 2016 – Sun 4 June 2017
Time: Tues-Sun: 10am-5pm (closed Mon [except Bank Hols: 10am-5pm], 24 [from 2.30pm], 25 and 26 Dec, 1 Jan)
Location: Royal Pavilion Garden, Brighton BN1 1EE, UK
Admission: See Brighton Museum & Art Gallery website