Melanie Smith: Between Industrialisation and Nature

Posted on 25 October 2018

Melanie Smith, Maria Elena (film still), 2018. Photo: Calvin Echavrria

Melanie Smith, Maria Elena (film still), 2018. Photo: Calvin Echavrria


We met with artist Melanie Smith to find out more about her practice and interest in South American industrialisation. – Read more

How the Resilience Garden in Granby Came to Life

Posted on 9 October 2018 by Liverpool Biennial

Mohamed Bourouissa, Resilience Garden, 2018. Photo: Mark McNulty

Mohamed Bourouissa, Resilience Garden, 2018. Photo: Mark McNulty

Four voices come together to reveal how Mohamed Bourouissa's Resilience Garden, created as part of Liverpool Biennial 2018, went from an idea to a reality. – Read more

Inci Eviner: Giving a Voice to Women

Posted on 31 August 2018 by Liverpool Biennial

Delve into the work of an artist whose new video work for Liverpool Biennial 2018 uses drawings and multi-layered choreography to reflect on the place of women in heaven. – Read more

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

'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

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

Abbas Akhavan and the Anxiety of the Domestic Space

Posted on 25 January 2018 by Liverpool Biennial

Abbas Akhavan, Study for a Curtain, 2015. Image courtesy the artist 

Abbas Akhavan, Study for a Curtain, 2015. Image courtesy the artist 

From his mum's living room to the roofs of buildings caught up in Hurricane Katrina, delve into the mind and work of Liverpool Biennial 2018 artist Abbas Akhavan – Read more

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