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Rutherford Chang: Why I Buy White Albums

By now, I think half of Liverpool must have been to or at least heard about the infamous pop-up exhibition-cum-record store currently housed in the loading bay space next door to FACT on Wood Street. It’s a fascinating concept with … Continue reading

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Coming Soon: Leisure, Discipline and Punishment

Continuing the ongoing programme of film happening here at FACT as part of Liverpool Biennial 2014, we will be hosting an evening of new moving image works entitled Leisure, Discipline and Punishment. This collection of films, by international artists Sonia Boyce, … Continue reading

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Film Round Up: Liverpool Biennial 2014

Peter Wächtler, Untitled, 2013 video, 14’ 14” on view at The Old Blind School  In contemporary art exhibitions, film installation and video art play as big a role as any other medium, which is echoed in the exciting array of video work being … Continue reading

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Science Fiction: New Death at FACT, Liverpool

Science Fiction: New Death pays homage to the world of an often undervalued genre, whilst drawing attention to contemporary issues surrounding the future of our relationship with technology. Fittingly, this exhibition takes place at FACT, a Liverpool gallery driven by its … Continue reading

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Interview: HIVE Collective

Art in Liverpool met with HIVE to talk about their involvement in syn-dro.me, an exciting new local arts project. Who or what is syn-dro.me? Syndrome is a new programme with a remit to develop affecting new media performance, devised in … Continue reading

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Artist of the Week: Simon Mack

Simon Mack is a conceptual artist, working mostly with video, photography and installation. How long have you been an exhibiting artist in Liverpool? I started exhibiting in London and Liverpool in 2000, as a socially concerned multi-media artist. I now … Continue reading

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Future Artists: Interview with Mark Ashmore

Art in Liverpool meets Mark Ashmore, Director and Producer of THE LOST GENERATION (2014) – the new hit independent film, showing this February at FACT and other cinemas around the UK. Who, or what are Future Artists? We should not … Continue reading

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