Here is all of the access information for Liverpool Biennial 2023.
If you would like to ask for specific information about access at Liverpool Biennial 2023 you can email Adrian at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mobility aids can be hired from Shopmobility
Below is a guide to help you find your way around Liverpool Biennial 2023.
You can download the access guide to Liverpool Biennial as a pdf document. You can find this at the bottom of the page.
It contains directions and information about access at all of the venues and artworks that are part of Liverpool Biennial 2023.
At both of our “found venues” –Tobacco Warehouse and Cotton Exchange – there are items available to borrow to assist people with additional access needs.
The items include:
- Ear defenders (adult) x 2
- Ear defenders (children) x 2
- Communication fan to assist with asking basic questions
- Mood Bands x 3 to wear while you are visiting to tell us if you would be happy to be approached or would rather be left alone to view the works
- Large print Biennial guide
- Large print interpretations of artworks
- A4 reading overlays to assist with reading text in our spaces (12 colours)
- Reading overlay rulers to assist with reading text in our spaces (15 colours)
Shannon Alonzo – Mangrove – Reflective Audio Descriptions
To accompany her site-specific mural of charcoal and paint, entitled ‘Mangrove’ Shannon has created and recorded these descriptive audio works. Shannon gives an introduction to the work and a glossary of some of the words and characters featured in the mural and recordings, followed by two reflective audio recordings.
These are additions and enrichments to the mural and live rituals of drawing, erasing and re-drawing the work as well as intended as points of access for blind and visually impaired audiences. They can be listened to while visiting the work at The Cotton Exchange or as separate additions.