Time Travel and the Politics of Water: Rita McBride at Toxteth Reservoir

Posted on 5 October 2016 by Guest Blogger

Rita McBride, Portal, 2016. Toxteth Reservoir. Photo: Joel Chester Fildes

Rita McBride, Portal, 2016. Toxteth Reservoir. Photo: Joel Chester Fildes

Laura Rushton reflects on Rita McBride’s giant laser-light sculpture in the Victorian Toxteth Reservoir and the political significance of its setting.​ – Read more

Creating the World’s Largest Virtual Sculpture in Minecraft

Posted on 28 September 2016 by Guest Blogger

The Minecraft Infinity Project is a virtual world where players have come together online to create a vast sculptural landscape and portrait of the Biennial festival. The team behind the project explain how and why they created it. – Read more

Rhythms and Speeds: The Story Behind #BlazeBus

Posted on 4 September 2016 by Guest Blogger

Frances Disley, Blaze, 2016. Courtesy the artist

Frances Disley, Blaze, 2016. Courtesy the artist

Liverpool-based Frances Disley is the artist behind the moving double-decker artwork, Blaze, and a Liverpool Biennial Associate Artist. Inspired by the 90's TV show Gladiators, and the physical journey its characters take, the artist leads us through the creative process behind her artwork. – Read more

Koenraad Dedobbeleer: Re-imagining Barriers to Art

Posted on 1 September 2016 by Guest Blogger

Statue of Apollo Sauroktonos. © Tate Liverpool, Roger Sinek

Statue of Apollo Sauroktonos. © Tate Liverpool, Roger Sinek

What happens when we reimagine the way artwork is displayed? Liverpool Biennial’s Sufea Mohamad Noor takes a closer look at one of Koenraad Dedobbeleer’s contributions to this year’s festival. – Read more

Do Not Open It

Posted on 8 August 2016 by Guest Blogger

Lu Pingyuan, Do Not Open It, 2016. Liverpool Biennial 2016. Photo: Joel Chester Fildes

Lu Pingyuan, Do Not Open It, 2016. Liverpool Biennial 2016. Photo: Joel Chester Fildes

Passing through the door that recently appeared in the wall of Cains Brewery on Stanhope Street in Liverpool, you would not find yourself inside the old Victorian building it backs on to, but instead in a secret location within the CFCCA gallery in Manchester... – Read more

Get Involved: Liverpool Biennial Fringe

Posted on 16 March 2016 by Guest Blogger

Walter Hugo & Zoniel, The Physical Possibility of Inspiring Imagination in the Mind of Somebody Living, 2014.

Walter Hugo & Zoniel, The Physical Possibility of Inspiring Imagination in the Mind of Somebody Living, 2014.

Calling all artists, curators and cultural instigators! Are you running an event or exhibition during Liverpool Biennial 2016, or considering it? Then The Double Negative magazine wants to hear from you. – Read more

What is Flux Festival?

Posted on 22 July 2014 by Guest Blogger

Project GreenSleeves by Callum Stewart for Flux festival

Project GreenSleeves by Callum Stewart for Flux festival

Flux Liverpool is a pioneering arts festival featuring a programme of events engineered by young people, created for everyone. We asked Liverpool Biennial Young Fellow Callum Stewart to write about his experiences both as a Flux volunteer and a participating artist. – Read more

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