1. Our visitors talk about the Catherine Yass exhibition and our rooftop beach 'Dune'.

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  2. Catherine Yass is exhibiting at the De La Warr Pavilion from 25th June - 4th September 2011.

    Admission is Free

    Catherine Yass is a leading contemporary photographer and film-maker whose work captures the psychological impact of architectural space. This exhibition presents her new and recent work from the last decade.

    A new film Lighthouse (2011) is of the Royal Sovereign Lighthouse situated five miles out to sea, just visible from the Pavilion. Yass is fascinated by the structure of this unoccupied lighthouse, balanced precariously on the corner of a square platform, which is in turn balanced on a single concrete post. Lighthouse reflects the nature of the structure as the camera – placed on a helicopter, boat and with a diving team – slowly moves up, down and around the platform and into the sea, disrupting the viewers’ spatial order and boundaries.

    Descent (2002) takes the viewer at a disorientating slow pace via a camera which is lowered by a crane on the side of a high rise structure in a Canary Wharf construction site. The camera frames are rotated by 180 degrees to invert the viewer’s sense of gravity.

    Lock (2006) is filmed from a tanker on its slow passage through the gates of a colossal lock on the Yangtze River in the heart of industrial China. Forward and backward views are simultaneously projected on opposite walls from floor to ceiling giving a physical experience of cinematic space.

    Sleep (2005-8) and Decommissioned (2010) are some of her recent photographic works presented in Gallery 1. These light boxes adopt Yass’s signature technique of overlaying negative and positive transparencies, which results in intense, electrifying colours that transport the physical space to that of the psychological or ethereal.

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  3. Members were offered the chance to join a dramatic trip on an RIB powerboat to the Sovereign Lighthouse, followed by high tea and a curator’s exhibition tour.

    As a charity, the Pavilion gratefully acknowledges funding from the Arts Council and Rother District Council but still needs to raise a significant amount of income through private giving to ensure its future.

    You can help by making a donation or becoming a De La Warr Pavilion Member or Patron.

    Please visit dlwp.com/members for more information.

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  4. Members respond to the boat trip over high tea in the De La Warr Pavilion restaurant.

    As a charity, the Pavilion gratefully acknowledges funding from the Arts Council and Rother District Council but still needs to raise a significant amount of income through private giving to ensure its future.

    You can help by making a donation or becoming a De La Warr Pavilion member.

    Please visit dlwp.com/members for more information.

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  5. This discussion was part of the opening celebrations of the John Cage season held at the De La Warr Pavilion from 16th April until 5th June 2011.

    The speakers are:

    Anton Lukoszevieze (centre)
    Founder of Apartment House
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    Margaret Leng Tan (left)
    Musician
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    Prof. Charlie Hooker (right)
    Brighton University
    charliehooker.co.uk/

    For more information on future exhibitions at the De La Warr Pavilion please visit dlwp.com.

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Our two beautifully restored galleries we have seen exhibitions by Jeremy Deller, Nathan Coley, Tomoko Takahashi, Richard Wilson and Susan Collins and group shows that have included work by Sam Taylor-Wood, Alex Soth, Willie Docherty, Cindy Sherman and Mark Wallinger to name but a few. Retrospective exhibitions by Twentieth century artists that include Ben Nicholson, Joesph Beuys and John Cage.

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