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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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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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An Iconic Building Brought Back to Life

Liverpool Biennial has a rich history of restoring and repurposing disused buildings and choosing unconventional exhibition spaces. From Richard Wilson’s memorable commission Turning the Place Over back in 2008 to the countless public realm artworks over the past 15 years inhabiting unexpected … Continue reading

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A Bloggers Guide to Liverpool’s Independent Arts Scene

Art in Liverpool editor Sinead Nunes takes us on a virtual tour of Liverpool, stopping off at some of the city’s top independent galleries and creative spaces. Look beyond the world famous Tate Liverpool and established galleries such as the Bluecoat … Continue reading

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On Drawing & Memory: Interview with Artist Marc Bauer

“Drawing is very flexible and gives you so many possibilities” Bauer’s drawing cycles, installations and films reference images sourced from public archives and private family photo albums. His drawings are made on a range of materials, including paper, aluminium, and … Continue reading

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Interview with Biennial Artist in Residence Nicole Voevodin – Cash

All images courtesy of the artist We met with our current Artist in Residence, Australian-born Landscape Artist Nicole Voevodin-Cash to talk about her creative process and why she loves to work in the public realm. How do you describe yourself … Continue reading

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