Installation & Talk: Jack Latham, Oct 2016

Working alongside Gordon MacDonald, Miniclick’s CONTROL programme includes a series of talks, discussions, exhibitions, workshops and participatory events. As well as the group exhibition at our HQ on Middle Street in Brighton, Jack Latham has created an off-site installation to showcase his Sugar Paper Theories work which is an exploration into Icelands’ most notorious unsolved murder case. Visitors will be able to step inside the den of a conspiracy theorist, and be guided through the true story by Latham.

On Friday 28th October at 7pm, Latham will be joined by Prof Gísli Guðjónsson a former Reykjavik policeman and forensic psychologist whose expert testimony and theory of memory distrust syndrome helped free the Birmingham Six and Guildford Four – and are now central to the enquiry into the case. Both will be discussing the case, and the work Latham has done.

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Fri 28th, Sat 29th and Sun 30th Oct, 6pm – 9pm

Jack Latham and Prof Gísli Guðjónsson talk on Fri 28th Oct, 7pm

Eaton Manor, The Drive, Hove

Free Entry

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Copyright Jim Stephenson 2015.

Copyright Jim Stephenson 2015.

Latham’s installation is in an unnumbered garage at Eaton Manor on the corner of The Drive and Cromwell Rd, Hove. Arrive at 6:30pm and look out for the lights.

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Fri 28th, Sat 29th and Sun 30th Oct, 6pm – 9pm

Jack Latham and Prof Gísli Guðjónsson talk on Fri 28th Oct, 7pm

Eaton Manor, The Drive, Hove

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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