Monthly Archives: July 2014

Washing Line Productions: The Surgery

Promenade Theatre meets Cabaret in this darkly comic satirical performance. Last Sunday I waved goodbye to the sunshine to step inside The Surgery; a fictional practice within the bowels of the Kazimier, brainchild of writer and director Jennifer Moule and co-writer Alexa … Continue reading

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In Defence of Art Criticism (Not just moaning…)

As a writer, reviews and criticism are the building blocks of what I do. Writing about art is a passion of mine, thanks to a deep appreciation for the subject. It is my firm belief that with any subjective body of … Continue reading

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Painting the Town Yellow

You have probably noticed by now lots of yellow Liverpool Biennial signs, banners and billboards around the city. Earlier in the year, we challenged a class of second year Graphic Design students at Liverpool John Moores University’s School of Art & Design to … Continue reading

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Liverpool Biennial Opening Weekend

A Needle Walks into a Haystack Exhibition, 2014. Photographs by Mark McNulty. On Thursday 3 July, Liverpool Biennial 2014 opened to the press and arts professionals from around the world, with the doors thrown open to the public just two days … Continue reading

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