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Lighthouse is a Brighton-based arts charity that specialises in connecting new developments in art, technology and society. The Light+ podcasts introduce extra voices, opinions and perspectives to enable deeper understanding and exploration of our programme. Find out more: lighthouse.org.uk

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    • 4.9 • 12 Ratings

Lighthouse is a Brighton-based arts charity that specialises in connecting new developments in art, technology and society. The Light+ podcasts introduce extra voices, opinions and perspectives to enable deeper understanding and exploration of our programme. Find out more: lighthouse.org.uk

    Light+ Collective Imaginings - Episode 3

    Light+ Collective Imaginings - Episode 3

    Jamila Prowse leads a three-part series of conversations with young and emerging artists, curators and arts professionals, all of whom face specific barriers to accessing the arts. 
     
    Episode Three – Joined by Deborah Joyce Holman and Rabz Lansiquot, both of whom continue to hold space, build communities and nurture the many people around them through their work as curators and artists. A discussion about collectivising, care and the limits of representation.
     
    Full transcripts are available here: https://lighthouse.org.uk/events/light-collective-imaginings
     
    This series is part of Re-Imagine Europe, co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union and Arts Council England.

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Light+ Collective Imaginings - Episode 2

    Light+ Collective Imaginings - Episode 2

    Jamila Prowse leads a three-part series of conversations with young and emerging artists, curators and arts professionals, all of whom face specific barriers to accessing the arts. 
     
    In Episode Two – In conversation with Jemma Desai, join the discussion about their experiences of navigating hostile and inhospitable institutions, and ways we have found to protect our imaginations and resist capitalist productivity.
     
    Full transcripts are available here: https://lighthouse.org.uk/events/light-collective-imaginings
     
    This series is part of Re-Imagine Europe, co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union and Arts Council England.

    • 49 min
    Light+ Collective Imaginings - Episode 1

    Light+ Collective Imaginings - Episode 1

    Collective Imaginings is a Light+ podcast where Jamila Prowse speaks to cultural workers about their experiences of navigating the sector, and their imaginings for the future of the arts.
     
    In Episode One – Jamila speaks to cultural workers about their experiences of navigating the sector, and their imaginings for the future of the arts. There is discussion with Lucy Lopez and Rachel Noel about everything from creating communities, to informal meeting spaces, art-world-burnout and carving out space for ourselves and one another.
     
    Full transcripts are available here: https://lighthouse.org.uk/events/light-collective-imaginings
     
    This series is part of Re-Imagine Europe, co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union and Arts Council England.

    • 56 min
    Light+ Alternate Realities (II) 4: Panel Talk

    Light+ Alternate Realities (II) 4: Panel Talk

    In Episode 4 our final Podcast in the series, we have a panel talk with Lighthouse CEO and Artistic Director Alli Beddoes, Programme Intern Elia Habib, creator of 'Echo' Georgie Pinn, and the creator of 'Common Ground' Darren Emerson. The panel talk was hosted at Lighthouse and comprised of questions from the Lighthouse team and the audience. The discussion explores the use of digital technologies such as virtual reality and how they can be used to further human empathy.
    In October 2019, for the Brighton Digital Festival, Lighthouse presented selected works from the Sheffield Doc/Fest's Alternate Realities. The exhibition at Lighthouse focussed on immersive and interactive technologies which enable us to interpret and engage with socio-political infrastructures, storytelling and the interface of physical and digital worlds. Each of the selected works reveal themes of empathy and intimate encounters with people and places. In this Light + podcast series, we talk to the creators to find out more.
    This series has been edited by Connor Clark
    WARNING: There is explicit language in this episode. We apologise for any offence caused.  

    • 46 min
    Light+ Alternate Realities (II) 3: Echo

    Light+ Alternate Realities (II) 3: Echo

    In Episode 3 of the series, Lighthouse CEO and Artistic Director Alli Beddoes talks to Georgie Pinn, creator of Echo, an interactive installation where you can step into the shoes of another through a virtual mirror, select a shared story and discover layers of yourself echoed back to you in this deeply personal exploration of human experience, identity and empathy. Echo is an extraordinary experience not to be missed.
    In October 2019, for the Brighton Digital Festival, Lighthouse presents selected works from the Sheffield Doc/Fest's Alternate Realities. The exhibition at Lighthouse focusses on immersive and interactive technologies which enable us to interpret and engage with socio-political infrastructures, storytelling and the interface of physical and digital worlds. Each of the selected works reveal themes of empathy and intimate encounters with people and places. In this Light + podcast series, we talk to the creators to find out more.
    This series has been edited by Connor Clark

    • 21 min
    Light+ Alternate Realities (II) 2: My Mother's Kitchen

    Light+ Alternate Realities (II) 2: My Mother's Kitchen

    In Episode 2, our Programme Intern Elia Habib talks to Tea Uglow, co-creator of My Mother’s Kitchen, an audio interactive documentary. Which shares in the stories of eight LGBTQI+ individuals as they relay intimate memories of their mother’s kitchens. Filled with joy and comfort mixed with inequality and hardship. You can experience this heartfelt audio documentary on any tablet or mobile device by searching www.mymotherskitchen.com.au
     
    In October 2019, for the Brighton Digital Festival, Lighthouse presents selected works from the Sheffield Doc/Fest's Alternate Realities. The exhibition at Lighthouse focusses on immersive and interactive technologies which enable us to interpret and engage with socio-political infrastructures, storytelling and the interface of physical and digital worlds. Each of the selected works reveal themes of empathy and intimate encounters with people and places. In this Light + podcast series, we talk to the creators to find out more.
     
    This series has been edited by Connor Clark

    • 22 min

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