Eade’s Die Liste coming home: HIX Award winning artwork about migrant deaths to go on show in Brighton at Spectre of the Real exhibition of social art on 13th April 2019

Award winning Brighton social artist Elizabeth Eade will give a talk, and show her prize winning work about migrant deaths, Die Liste, at the opening of The Spectre of the Real Exhibition, at Brighton’s BMECP Centre, 4pm, 13 April 2019. Elizabeth Eade’s artwork Die Liste is a 10m-long, hand written list documenting the names and…

The Spectre of the Real: social art at SEAS Brighton :: 13-21 April 2019

The Spectre of the Real exhibition will take place 13-21 April 2019 at SEAS (Socially Engaged Art Salon), at the BMECP Centre near Brighton Train Station.  The exhibition will include an opening reception and artist talks open to the public. (uploaded 15.03.19, revised 29.03 -details of Opening to the Public, 31.03 Artist List) The show…

Materiality, materialism and conceptuality – an essay about art as a philosophy without words, proposing art as an alternative to materialism, capitalism and the rest of enlightenment thinking

Here is the essay I wrote in support of my MA Fine Art, in August 2018. It tries to describe art in the biggest sense, as a philosophy without words – a way of seeing and understanding the world in an intuitive way. The essay suggests that art practice might provide us with an alternative…

After the Liberation featured in Saatchi Collection

8 February 2019. I’m happy that Saatchi Gallery has selected my painting “After the Liberation” as part of their collection “Inspired by Gerhard Richter”. I guess it’s because Richter has painted a (very few) paintings on the subject of war and terror including a blurry Twin Towers. And, or course, its kinda blurry. Here’s the…