SEAS Socially Engaged Art Salon, BMECP Centre,
Saturday, September 21, 2019
Sunday, September 22, 2019
10/A Fleet Street, Brighton BN1 4ZE
South East England
Outlaw at SEAS Gallery

For “identity significant” we are inviting people to bring with them any objects that mean something to them.

The object could be: a teddy, item of clothing, sound, photo, word, phrase, food, or thought.

The item or items can be donated to be part of the temporary installation or woven into a tapestry as part of the ongoing exhibition.

Visitors can collect their items by 6pm on Sunday 22nd.

Each person will be photographed holding their object, full photo or just hands, and those who do not wish to leave their object behind can take it with them after having their photo taken.

Everyone should also let us know the date on which they first became acquainted with that object, if they know.

All photos taken will be logged and kept for future exhibitions. Any additional information gathered will be for reference purposes only.

We would like to thank you for your interest in this installation performance.

Darren Calder and Natalia Jaffe