Gaslighting is a group exhibition with the Socially Engaged Art Salon, Brighton (SEAS) showcasing the personal work of artists who have had direct experience of domestic abuse. Artist and art activist Miranda Gavin, who both curates and contributes, will introduce the exhibition and four of the artists (Susan Young, Laura Noble, Lidia Lidia and Pacheanne Anderson) will give short artist’s talks.
This will be followed by a Q&A and the announcement by judges Barry Adamson and Christine Webster of the overall winner (£100) of an open call to design a poster raising awareness of domestic abuse during Covid-19.
Registration for the online event is open NOW ON THIS LINK.
SEAS was established in 2016, and is a BIPOC & LGBTQ led organisation which operates a space for exhibitions, events and workshops. It also offers artists’ residencies. SEAS’ work concentrates on socially and politically engaged practices and themes, especially in relation to issues of social and racial justice, migration & refugees, disability and LGBTQ+ communities.
The work of Dr Gil Mualem-Doron, SEAS has recently run a number of online exhibitions including; How Do You See Colour, Windrush 2020, Intersections – Brighton Pride 2020 and Life Interrupted – a take on lockdown.