Mae-ling Lokko: The Art of Upcycling

Posted on 28 June 2018 by Liverpool Biennial

Mae-ling Lokko, CASE Chale Wote Upcycling Pavilion, 2016. Image courtesy the artist

Mae-ling Lokko, CASE Chale Wote Upcycling Pavilion, 2016. Image courtesy the artist

Meet the architectural historian and building-material technologist who is finding new ways of creating building materials from agricultural waste. – Read more

Art and Learning: How the Montessori Method of Education Inspired Artist Ryan Gander

Posted on 19 June 2018 by Liverpool Biennial

Ryan Gander, Time Moves Quickly (workshop), 2018. Photo: Brian Roberts

Ryan Gander, Time Moves Quickly (workshop), 2018. Photo: Brian Roberts

Find out how artist Ryan Gander is using the Montessori method of education in his Liverpool Biennial 2018 project. – Read more

'What I do is grounded in my family's cultural inheritance' – Dale Harding

Posted on 1 May 2018 by Liverpool Biennial

Dale Harding, Ngaya boonda yinda nayi yoolgoogoo - I carry you in my heart, 2016

Dale Harding, Ngaya boonda yinda nayi yoolgoogoo - I carry you in my heart, 2016

Discover how this Liverpool Biennial 2018 artist is exploring the untold histories of his communities through wall paintings. – Read more

Dazzle Ferry Across the Mersey: Meet the Captain

Posted on 4 April 2018 by Liverpool Biennial

Captain Jake Keogh. Photo: Harrison Phair

Captain Jake Keogh. Photo: Harrison Phair

To celebrate three years since Sir Peter Blake transformed one of the Mersey Ferries with his Everybody Razzle Dazzle design, we spent an afternoon with its Captain – Read more

Madiha Aijaz on the Future of Libraries

Posted on 29 March 2018 by Liverpool Biennial

Madiha Aijaz, These Silences Are All The Words (film still), 2017-2018. Image courtesy the artist

Madiha Aijaz, These Silences Are All The Words (film still), 2017-2018. Image courtesy the artist

Get to know an artist who uses photographs, film and fiction to explore how pleasure and entertainment are experienced in public spaces such as libraries. – Read more

Celebrating International Women’s Day: 11 Pioneering Artists You Should Know

Posted on 7 March 2018 by Liverpool Biennial

Sachiko Abe, Cut papers, 2010. Photograph by Thierry Bal

Sachiko Abe, Cut papers, 2010. Photograph by Thierry Bal

It's the perfect day to have a look back at the incredible artworks that women artists have presented for Liverpool Biennial – Read more

Reetu Sattar and the Lost Tune of the Harmonium

Posted on 1 February 2018 by Liverpool Biennial

Reetu Sattar, HARANO SUR (lost tune), 2016

Reetu Sattar, HARANO SUR (lost tune), 2016

The sound of the harmonium is tightly woven into the history and culture of Bangladesh, but to artist Reetu Sattar, it is not just an instrument. It's a way of exploring the social effects of lost traditions. – Read more

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