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The neXus 2020 arts exchange is a dynamic collaboration between urbanflo creative and artist Vian Roos in association with Vrystaat Arts Festival (South Africa), Brighton Fringe (UK), Lagos Fringe (Nigeria) and The Brighton Storeroom Gallery (Barbados). The project is supported by Brighton & Hove Pride’s Cultural Development Fund and features the stunning imagery of 25 international artists;

180_Collective, Aderemi Adegbite, Diensen Pamben, Elliss Lewin-Turner, Estabrak, Dr Gil Mualem-Doron, J.A.E. Okojie, Jaryd Niles-Morris, Josef Cabey, Knoxy, Kojo Amin, Kraig Yearwood, Kyle Babb, Leeroy Jason, M Andrew Thomas, Mark Antony Dobson, Maryam Mirzaei, Michele D’Acosta, Odi Oquosa, Pierre van Vuuren, Ravisi, Rivenis, Tunde Alabi-Hundeyin II, XiiThe7even & Yvonne J Foster

Focusing on our global connectivity, neXus presents a series of pop up exhibitions across Brighton alongside several virtual platforms which offer a unique transnational axis for artists to reflect on our humanity – our differences, our shared heritage and the many sensibilities we have in common. The wide range of themes explored include; the intersections of justice (social, economic, political, climate), culture, activism, colonialism, embodied trauma, transitions, displacement, identity, heritage, gender, migration, mental health, racism, violence, conflict, emotions, wellbeing, spiritualism, allyship and FUN!

14A Jubilee Street (12 Oct – 13 Nov)
Brighton Dome Café (12 Oct – 13 Nov)
Plus X Innovation Hub (19 Oct – 15 Nov)
Attenborough Centre (26 Oct – 21 Nov)

Jubilee Library (12 – 31 Oct)
Afro Hair Academy (19 Oct – 21 Nov)


Due to the current covid restrictions, unfortunately most of the pop up exhibition sites have strictly limited indoor access by appointment only, so the exhibitions can be viewed from the external windows of each location apart from Brighton Dome which allows public access subject to visitors complying to the track and trace measures in place