We are delighted to be working in partnership with De La Warr Pavilion for Roy Voss' upcoming exhibition, The Way Things Are (opening Saturday 23rd September until Sunday 28th January).
De La Warr Pavilion says: "[The] new commission is a sculpture that stretches the length of the Pavilion’s ground floor gallery space, between the floor-to-ceiling windows and the thin columns that run along it.
"Constructed from machined and push-jointed wood, the sculpture’s form is drawn from the artist’s memories and from Victorian lithographs. It is a delicate and precise skeletal form that conjures an idea of a pier."
More information on the exhibition can be found here.
We will be hosting a range of events on Hastings Pier in collaboration - including history talks, family workshops and an Under The Pier tour with our Chief Engineer. See our Events Calendar for dates and details.
There will also be a host of events alongside the exhibition at De La Warr Pavilion - see their website for further details.
On Thursday 21st September, a small group of our Hastings Pier Charity volunteers teamed up with some of De La Warr Pavilion's volunteers to contribute to the audio interpretation of the exhibition.
You will be able to hear their thoughts on the exhibition during your visit.