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Would you like to take part in a participatory art project at Fabrica Art Gallery?

© Francesca Moore

© Francesca Moore

Seed to Seed is a conversational workshop that will culminate in an artist film.

Using conversation and recordings from India as a catalyst we will delve into the many Indian and Asian cultures present in Brighton to understand their richness.

The conversation will be open to all participants creating a platform to discuss cultural diversity. Seed keeping in India, food production and technology, food in culture amongst other themes.The event will be filmed and audio recorded.
Refreshments Provided.

Seed to Seed – Free Conversational Workshop
6th September 2:30-4:00pm, Fabrica Gallery, 40 Duke Street, BN1 1HG An exploration of Seed Keeping, Technology, Food Production and Indian Cultures

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This project opened lots of doors towards possible work with sound and audio. It also opened my research to the conversational aspects of my work. In the future I intend to continue collecting conversations and to work with digital media. I also got a lot of fulfillment from the participatory aspect of the work, and think that it ties with the ethical aspect within my practice. I have also explored other media beyond lens based work, which wouldn’t have been possible without this grant.

Thanks to Sue Gollifer I have been put in contact with Joseph Young, who rans a sound art workshop for MA students, which I was allowed to participate in, and which was in addition to the training and mentoring that I had received this grant for. I reinforced the bonds I had with my partners at Brighton Digital Festival, Photo Fringe and Fabrica Gallery, to ensure a long term working relationship with them, allowing me to plan and develop future collaborations. I am very grateful to ACE for giving me this grant, without which I would have not been able to develop my work to this scale.