Looking at creative conflicts

An Australian artist is bringing his biggest solo exhibition to the De La Warr Pavilion.

Cycles of Radical Will by Shaun Gladwell’ embraces flux and transformation, reflecting the changing seasons during the exhibition.

Over the course of five months, works are exchanged to offer a sequence of windows into Gladwell’s artistic practice, unconstrained by the limitations of a single exhibition project.

For Cycles of Radical Will, Gladwell speculates on the creative conflict within various cultural practices and traditions.

These conflicts take the form of ‘battles’ – between beat-boxers and urban dancers, skateboarders and BMX riders, and (Mod) scooter enthusiasts and (Rocker) motorcycle riders – and ultimately between the extreme sports athlete and gravity itself.

The exhibition is open every day. Admission is free.

Call 01424 229111 or visit www.dlwp.com.