Well Known Workshop

 

 

Well Known Workshop Co Facilitators: 

Matt Weston is part of Spacemakers, a utopian regeneration agency that tries to get inside the machinery of regeneration, and use it for good instead of evil. http://www.spacemakers.info

Sophie Giblin is an artist, founder of http://www.kollektivgallery.com and ex-resident of Brighton & Hove. She tries to construct irl/url platforms based on honesty, friendship, emotionality and humour to support under heard voices.

Video link Feedback from the Well Known Workshop

What does Brighton think its identity is?

What does Brighton think its identity is?

Friendly cool place where ideas die.

Expensive liberal independent, disconnected illusion.

Sexy, edgy, sporty, town with sunny friendly relaxed, people and bit scuzzy.

Alternative, tolerant, liberal, creative, green, picturesque.

Inclusive cool, British, media city.

A deliberate desire to be different.

We think we’re diverse. 

Low-paid.

Never delivers.

 

What does the rest of the country think Brighton’s identity is?

What does the rest of the country think Brighton’s identity is?

Day-trips, frivolity, language schools, homeless.

Iconic, complacent, playground.

Disobedient, tatty, sanctuary for alternative people.

Gay party seaside.

Young, creative, rebellious, vibrant, accepting, bubble.

Dirty and rough.

Clubbing.

Parochial.

Smug.

 Does Brighton even exist?

Does Brighton even exist?

Yes, many.

Today is like W1A.

Hove and Portslade, actually.

Young people move away.

A construct a made-up story.

Revoke city status.

 Does Brighton even exist?

Does Brighton even exist?