Talk: Rafal Milach & Sarah Pickering – Sat 29th Oct

Working alongside Gordon MacDonald, Miniclick’s CONTROL programme includes a series of talks, discussions, exhibitions, workshops and participatory events. Our second talk features Rafal Milach, discussing his work on The Winners and Sarah Pickering with her Public Order work, both of which will also be exhibited at the venue.

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Saturday 29th October, 3pm

68MS, Middle Street, Brighton

Free Entry

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Rafal Milach

The Winners

The Winners’ by Rafal Milach documents state and local competitions supported by the Belarusian authorities. The list of winners includes the best of the best in contests promoting beauty, public space maintenance, milk maids, Jennifer Lopez look-alikes and potato farmers. Winners are presented in kolkhozes, schools, public institutions, nightclubs, village discos and on Boards of Honour in almost each Belarusian town.

rafalmilach.com

Sarah Pickering

Copyright Jim Stephenson 2015.

Public Order is Sarah Pickering’s exploration a ‘town’ purpose built for the training of public safety officers. On first glance the images seem to depict an unsettling town, uniform and bland shop fronts and houses clothed in a blanket of grey – with nothing but a field beyond the threshold of a front door. The result is that we relook at our own surroundings and our own conception of realist.

sarahpickering.co.uk

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Saturday 29th October, 3pm

68MS, Middle Street, Brighton

Free Entry

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CONTROL is a part of Brighton Photo Fringe 2016 and is kindly supported and funded by Arts Council England. Thanks!

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