Days of Wonder exhibition at Hove Museum of Creativity

An eye peers out from the centre of a circle on a black background with red and green circles floating over shimmering water lit in red and green.
Sapphire Goss, Mechanical Marvellous/Seeing Solid (Working Title), 2024 (film still)

Celebrating the magic of early cinema and filmmaking and its spirit of creativity and innovation, Days of Wonder is an exhibition of new work inspired and influenced by the remarkable film and media collections held at Hove Museum of Creativity and Screen Archive South East. Days of Wonder is part of Brighton Festival 2024.

Corridor and videoclub have commissioned artists to work with the collections, resulting in an exhibition of new artworks, installed as interventions in the permanent exhibition galleries at Hove Museum of Creativity. The artists in Days of Wonder are Sapphire Goss, Annis Joslin, Bella Okuya and Connor Turansky. The exhibition also includes work by young people who have been participating in The Wonder Club, led by artist Chahine Fellahi.

Venue address: Hove Museum of Creativity, 19 New Church Road, Hove BN3 4AB
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Opening days and times: Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday 10am – 5pm.
Exhibition dates: 4th May to 1st Sept 2024.
Free to visit.
For more information about Hove Museum and accessibility click here.

Days of Wonder is produced by Corridor and videoclub in partnership with Brighton & Hove Museums and Screen Archive South East with support from Arts Council England and National Lottery Heritage Fund.