BOOK LAUNCH: Effigies

BOOK LAUNCH: Effigies

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£0 – £7

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Fabrica

Duke Street

Brighton

BN1 1AG

United Kingdom

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An evening of poetry reading, live drawing and celebration for the release of Effigies, Ricardo Reverón Blanco’s debut poetry collection.

About this event

just like with clay, I mould my brain’s voice to the

rhythmic whispers it sings through my darkest slumbers.

that is my effigy.

a sculptural manifestation of my psyche.

I am the only one that can see, hear and fear it

- but now, I will share its existence with you, reader.

we hope it is modelled to your liking.

Effigies, Ricardo Reverón Blanco

Inspired by Carl Jung’s shadow work theory, Effigies materialises the many personas we embody throughout the course of our life. Ricardo writes about saviours, confidants, virtue signalers and erudits amongst liars, cretins, manipulators, and impostors. This launch will animate these characters through a life drawing session delivered by Artists, Models, iNK.

You will have the chance to meet the author and collaborators, purchase your copy and even reserve your own signed copy.

Come along to see, draw, and listen to the inner dialogues that take place in the depths of our minds.

This event will be photographed by Phoebe Wingrove. Presented in partnership with Fabrica.

  • We recommend booking in advance for this event as places are limited. Bookings can also be made in person during gallery opening hours by speaking to a member of the gallery team or at Fabrica during office hours. Once paid for, tickets are non-refundable. Online bookings will close 1 hour before the event starts - unless ‘Sold Out’ there is likely to still be tickets available on the door.
  • Fabrica is a registered charity and donations are always welcome: add a donation ticket on top of your existing ticket(s) or sign up to make a regular donation here.
  • COVID-19 RELATED PROCEDURES: Please visit our Plan Your Visit page for more information about visiting the gallery. Do not attend the event if you or anyone in your household/bubble currently has COVID-19 or has had symptoms in the last two weeks. Thank you for your support.

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About Effigies

Effigies explores the multiplicity of identity by personifying them as distinct characters. It is first and foremost a poetic inquiry and introspective exercise. The collection has been made possible thanks to the these incredible creative minds:

Alex Motiu - Illustrations

Lily Hayes - Graphic Design and Typesetting

Dopple Press - Printing

Artists, Models, iNK.

A collective of life models, who create tableaux vivants, model-led art happenings and life drawing events with a twist.

@artistsmodelsink

Alex Motiu

Alex Motiu, under the pseudonym Moatzart, is a printmaker and illustrator. Inspired by pop art and surrealism, she imprints her creations using linocut techniques and manual printing press techniques.

www.moatzart.co.uk

@moatzaart

Dopple Press

Dopple Press began in 2015 as Brighton's first & only dedicated Risograph printers. From initial living room set up to fully-fledged studio it's been a wild ride and always growing and evolving. Dopple is run by one-woman band, designer, Liv White and grew from a passion for the print process, DIY culture and creating special, unique pieces with special, unique humans.

www.dopplepress.com

@dopplepress

Lily Hayes

A multi-disciplinary designer and musician, her work centres around the relationships between typography and language; poetry and process, usually manifesting as analogue print, digital type design, or in books.

www.lily-hayes.com

@lly_hys

Ricardo Reverón Blanco

Ricardo Reverón Blanco is an author, curator and art writer. He is Assistant Curator at Photoworks and the co-founder of UnderExposed, a photography platform and collective dedicated to encouraging artistic collaboration.

www.ricardoreveronblanco.org

@inner_effigies

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