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The Liquid Club #13: SERAFINE1369

SERAFINE1369 presents a unique audio performance: The Sound of An Uncertain “Yes” (something flat, something cosmic, something endless) with sound design from Josh Anio Grigg.

A somatic visioning of body as a portal, a medium, an interface, a doorway to another place, The Sound of An Uncertain “Yes”, starts from the functions of the body - specifically the senses - and unfolds as a study of the body’s cycles and systems, out of wonder and despair, as well as a way of tracking the collective unconscious, the wider cultural and societal structures and discourses, and the cosmos. A reading as an invitation to movement and listening, and listening as movement is something that needn’t necessarily go anywhere. Here, what is vague isn't in opposition to clarity, the mundane is revelatory and sensory information and psychic potential are guides.

About the Artist

SERAFINE1369 lives and works in London, UK. Their practice is always relational, moving across spaces, contexts, roles and collaborations, building atmospheric landscapes through sculpture, electronic music, internal narratives, texture, trance states and dance. The resultant choreographies engage with questions of entanglement, alienation and sensation.

As Torchlight Artist at Siobhan Davies Dance, UK from 2019 / 2020, recent presentations by SERAFINE1369 also include CA2M, Spain (2020); My Wild Flag, MDT, Sweden (2020); Queer Performance Camp, La Chapelle, Canada (2020); Silencio, France (2019); Transmediale, Germany (2019); Palais de Tokyo, France (2018); and Institute of Contemporary Arts, UK (2018).

The Liquid Club

The Liquid Club, in partnership with Melodic Distraction Radio, invites collective exploration of the ideas and practices inherent in the 11th edition of the Liverpool Biennial (20 March – 6 June 2021).

Devised and hosted by a different artist each month, from Invernomuto & Jim C Nedd, to SERAFINE1369, Ayesha Hameed and more, join our series of one-off online events to learn about the sound, listening and aural practices that feature across this year’s Biennial.


18 February 2021, 7-8pm

TicketsFree, booking essential