The Liquid Club


The Liquid Club is a reading and discussion group which invites collective thinking and drives the development of Liverpool Biennial 2020. 

06 November 2019The Liquid Club #10: Anthropophagic Subjectivity by Suely Rolnik
November's Liquid Club session will hinge around discussion of the anthropophagous movement in relation to Brazilian identity.
02 October 2019The Liquid Club #9: Fiction and Digital Storytelling
This month's reading group will explore issues including globalisation and the relationship between economy and ecology through fiction and digital storytelling.
04 September 2019The Liquid Club #8: The Fisherwoman's Daughter by Ursula Le Guin
For our next discussion group, we are reading Le Guin's reflections on the struggle of women to combine writing and motherhood.
07 August 2019The Liquid Club #7: Capital and Racial Violence by Denise Ferreira da Silva
Intertwining Marxist critique of capitalism with critical race studies, this month's discussion will explore how capital supports racial violence.
03 July 2019The Liquid Club #6: Capitalist Realism by Mark Fisher
Our next reading and discussion group focuses on cultural theorist Mark Fisher and his seminal book Capitalist Realism: Is There No Alternative?
05 June 2019The Liquid Club #5 – Sylvia Wynter: On Being Human as Praxis
This month’s discussion focuses on the thinking and ideas of Jamaican writer and cultural theorist Sylvia Wynter.
01 May 2019The Liquid Club #4: The Sound of Culture by Louis Onuorah Chude-Sokei
A monthly discussion group which invites collective thinking and drives the development of Liverpool Biennial 2020.
03 April 2019The Liquid Club #3: The Posthuman by Rosi Braidotti
A monthly discussion group which invites collective thinking and drives the development of Liverpool Biennial 2020. In April, we will discuss themes of subjectivity, individualism and Europe-centric humanism.
06 March 2019The Liquid Club #2: Assemblages by Angela Melitopoulos and Maurizio Lazzarato
A monthly discussion group which invites collective thinking and drives the development of Liverpool Biennial 2020. In March, we will watch and discuss a film about Félix Guattari's revolutionary psychiatric practice.
06 February 2019The Liquid Club #1: Exchanging Perspectives by Eduardo Viveiros de Castro
A monthly discussion group which invites collective thinking and will drive the development of Liverpool Biennial 2020