Ville Haimala

VILLE HAIMALA: Q&A

Lighthouse Artistic Director, Juha van ’t Zelfde talks to Finnish artist, and our current Studio Resident, Ville Haimala about living in "hippy” Brighton, his fascination with biohacking and robot factories, and his proposed exploration into “sensory tingling” during Progress in November, which he is curating and hosting.

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Dean Brown

DEAN BROWN: THE 7 LAMPS OF MAKING

On the 24th of October, makers from across the UK will gather at the V&A for a one-day symposium on contemporary maker culture. Called Maker Assembly, it’s the first of a series of events that aims to broaden the conversation about making to include more diverse and critical perspectives. Speaking on the day is Dean Brown, a designer and alumnus of the Fabrica research studio, now operating independently in London.

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GUIDING LIGHTS: EMILY GREENWOOD ON CASTING CHILDREN

Throughout our seventh Guiding Lights film mentoring programme, which runs for nine months in 2015-16, we will publish a series of articles giving insight into the participants’ journeys and experiences.

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Getting a session at the M.O.R.T.Y rejuvenation clinic

LEILA JOHNSTON: HOW TO LIVE FOREVER

Earlier this month, artist Leila Johnston, the creator of Brighton Digital Festival Commission, How to Live Forever, gave an interview to The Observer Tech Monthly. As they were only able to print a small section of it, Leila thought that you'd like to read the full version, and posted it on her blog, Final Bullet. We agreed, and posted it on ours, too.

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TCF “testing tea fabrics” (image from @TCF6edfsdf4c7e7)

INTRODUCING: LARS TCF HOLDHUS

Norwegian artist Lars TCF Holdhus returns to Lighthouse to give a talk and workshop at The Long Progress Bar on 3 and 4 September. Here, our Artistic Director, explains why TCF’s ideas on how to decentralise the online social space must not only be repeated, but taught.

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Studio launch event

We're Hiring!

Lighthouse is seeking an Operations Assistant to join our creative team.

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Paul Mason. Photo Antonio Olmos Thumb

INTRODUCING: PAUL MASON

An outspoken, straight-talking journalist and broadcaster, Paul Mason is a timely and relevant voice at The Long Progress Bar this September. Here, Juha, the festival’s curator and Artistic Director at Lighthouse, tells us why he “couldn’t think of a better way to begin Day 1”.

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The Long Progress Bar, coming through loud and clear on Resonance FM. Photo Michael Umney

RESONANCE FM NEW MEDIA PARTNER

We’re thrilled to announce that Resonance FM is our media partner for The Long Progress Bar, part of Brighton Digital Festival, this September.

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Guiding Lights: Hannah Patterson at Galway Fleadh

GUIDING LIGHTS: HANNAH PATTERSON AT GALWAY FILM FLEADH

Throughout our Guiding Lights film mentoring programme, which runs for nine months in 2015-16, we're publishing a series of articles giving insight into the participants’ journeys and experiences.

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Introducing: Holly Herndon

INTRODUCING: HOLLY HERNDON

A familiar face at Lighthouse, we previously supported Holly Herndon in the making of her video for Home, which premiered at our Improving Reality conference in 2014. Here Juha, Artistic Director at Lighthouse, tells us why he’s invited Holly back, this time to talk with fellow participants at The Long Progress Bar in September about, as she puts it, finding “new ways to love”.

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Juha's set visit to The Sprawl studio during Benjamin H. Bratton's interview

INTRODUCING: METAHAVEN

As a festival of radical imagination, a gathering of international artists and creative thinkers, Amsterdam-based design and research agency Metahaven are a fitting choice for The Long Progress Bar, this September. Here, Juha, the festival’s curator and Artistic Director at Lighthouse explains the importance of their work and what they will be doing at the event.

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Improving Reality 2014. Photo Roberta Matis

THE LONG PROGRESS BAR BURSARY

We are pleased to announce that we will be awarding five tickets to The Long Progress Bar, Lighthouse's festival of radical imagination, as a bursary.

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