The exhibition can be viewed online at fabrica.org.uk as the gallery is closed due to COVID 19.
If you visit Moulsecoomb and Bevendean you will see the massive drawings on the grass on The Avenue and a trail of colourful buildings in Bevendean and Moulsecoomb. A link to a map of the exhibits can be found on the Fabrica Gallery website and links to listen to talks with images about the project.
The work is a co-commission between Fabrica and Brighton Festival
A Simple Act of Wonder in Moulsecoomb & Bevendean comprises a colourful trail of temporary works on residents’ homes, community centres and a major work painted on the green at The Avenue. The ideas for the exhibition as a whole have emerged from a period of research with local residents undertaken by the artists earlier this year. Walter & Zoniel describe A Simple Act of Wonder as a ‘portrait’ of a neighbourhood that is largely unnoticed by the rest of the city.
Here is a link to the Artists work.
The Artwork can be viewed at the following locations. Use the link below to view more photographs.
|1||St Georges Hall on the corner of Newick Road & Chailey Road|
|2||A house in Hodshrove Road|
|3||A second house in Hodshrove Road|
|4||Good News Brighton in Hodshrove Lane|
|5||A house in Bevendean Crescent|
|6||Another house in Bevendean Crescent with a painted van outside|
|7||The Bevy in Hillside|
|8||A painted house in the Avenue|
|9||Rainbow coloured strips on the Avenue Green|
|10||Lines representing a runway on the Avenue Green|
|11||Rainbow coloured spots on the Avenue Green|
Photographs of the houses and the artwork on the Avenue Green.