In a one day festival of talks, screenings and music performances, Lighthouse presents The Long Progress Bar, celebrating radical imagination and exploring new methods of empowerment, collective action and technological progress.
This year the festival will focus on the platforms, interfaces and resolutions needed to build a better future, and asks a brand new generation of thought-provoking artists, activists and academics: what is progress?
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Lighthouse is an arts and culture agency that connects new developments in art, technology and society. We produce commissions, exhibitions, events and education schemes that support radical new contemporary art, digital culture, music, film and much more.
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Hosted by: Warren Ellis – Author
Aimee Cliff – Journalist
Ash Sarkar – Journalist & Activist
Melika Ngombe Kolongo – Artist
Nina Power – Philosopher & Author
Roger Hiorns – Artist
More speakers to be announced soon.
AS Chingy by Sam Rolfes
Rigged by Kate Cooper
The Suburbs Dream of Violence (Kingdom Come) by Gazelle Twin
Where Land Meets Sea by Embassy for the Displaced
More screenings to be announced soon.
Drill Folly (live)
Ital Tek (live)
Yon Eta (DJ)
Event details & tickets:
Full Programme & Tickets: www.lighthouse.org.uk/programme/the-long-progress-bar-2016
Date: 8 September 2016
Venue: Brighton Dome Studio, New Road, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 1UG
Times: 12.45pm – 10.00pm (Registration – 12.45pm | Talks & Screenings – 1.30pm-6pm | Break – 6pm-7.30pm | Performances – 7.30pm-10pm)
Tickets: Early-bird – £48, £32 concession (ends midnight 21 Aug 2016). Standard – £60, £40 concession.
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