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Unlimited: Bekki Perriman, The Doorways Project, Brighton Festival

7 May 2016 to 29 May 2016 Throughout daylight hours


Inspired by her experience of life on the streets, Bekki Perriman’s sound installation explores homeless culture through the personal stories of society’s most silenced people.

A series of recorded monologues situated in city-centre locations invites you to pay attention to the sometimes humorous, often disturbing and mostly ignored experiences of homeless people. Direct and unsentimental, it's a unique opportunity to observe familiar environments from a different perspective.

Supported by Unlimited, celebrating the work of disabled artists.

All locations will be wheelchair accessible.

Located in various central locations across Brighton (a map will be available on).


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