Brighton’s Station targeted by pranksters in bold Housing equality stunt

In a bold and thought-provoking art installation, the art group “Pattern Up” has drawn attention to Brighton’s housing inequality by strategically placing images of the city’s housing estates within the spaces reserved for tourist attractions at Brighton Station.

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Commuters and travelers passing through Brighton Station on Tuesday afternoon were greeted by an unexpected sight: the familiar tourist attraction images had been replaced with photographs of housing estates, including Kestrel Court in Whitehawk, and Lockwood Close in Woodingdean. Pattern Up, a self-described revolutionary art collective, organized this intervention to highlight the often-overlooked lower-income areas of Brighton.

At 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Brighton Station staff removed the housing estate photographs.

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