(Top Photo (l-r): Abigail prepares delicious goats cheese and red grape ciabatta (not bribes), The exhibit, Jonathan (left) enjoys the delicious goats cheese ciabatta over looked by Daniel, the chef.)
Yesterday I attended the PV of The Undercliff at Gallery 40 (On the corner of Foundry Street, Brighton), a video and photography project by Abigail Toll and Jonathan Hyde that mused on The Undercliff, an area between Rottingdean and Ovingdean.
The work really is rather special, I wrote briefly about it here, and both artists have a real identification and understanding of the area as both a site of memory and familiar ties, and as an uncontrollable and beautiful landscape.
It’s at Gallery 40 until Sunday 30th October, make sure you go downstairs to watch Toll’s great film.
(My friends are very talented.)