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Artist, Bekki Perriman first received Unlimited R&D funding for The Doorways Project in 2014, which took the form of a photography exhibition. She has since gone on to receive a further Unlimited Commission to expand the work into a site-specific sound installation that will tour to several sites. Joe Turnbull spoke to her about the work and the experiences which shaped it.

Photograph of a doorway in Brighton used as part of Bekki Perriman's The Doorways Project. It is covered in graffiti.

One of the sites for Perriman's The Doorways Project at Brighton Festival. Image courtesy of the artist.

Artist, Bekki Perriman first received Unlimited R&D funding for The  Doorways Project in 2014, which took the form of a photography exhibition. She has since gone on to receive a further Unlimited Commission to expand the work into a site-specific sound installation that will tour to several sites. Joe Turnbull spoke to her about the work and the experiences which shaped it.

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A photograph of a nondescript doorway, with a woman standing looking at it (her back to the camera), there is a speaker installed surreptitiously. This makes up Bekki Perriman's The Doorways Project, a sound installation.

The Doorways Project installation being set up. Image courtesy of the artist.

Artist, Bekki Perriman first received Unlimited R&D funding for The  Doorways Project in 2014, which took the form of a photography exhibition. She has since gone on to receive a further Unlimited Commission to expand the work into a site-specific sound installation that will tour to several sites. Joe Turnbull spoke to her about the work and the experiences which shaped it.

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