Fabrica is an organisation that specialises in contemporary visual arts. They are based at a small, deconsecrated Regency Church on the edge of The Lanes, and commission work specifically for this space, as well as supporting contemporary arts and artists more generally. We return time and again because their exhibitions are always interesting and thought-provoking, and make very imaginative use of the shape and height of the old church. They always have something special for the Brighton Festival and this year is no exception: called Dawn Chorus by British artist Marcus Coates, it is an immersive, multi-screen installation featuring 19 individuals in various locations who appear to recreate birdsong and movement, while the natural sound of the dawn chorus, recorded in Northumberland, fills the space.
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