18/02/2019
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Culture Diary w/c 18-02-2019

Our pick of this week’s arts, design, film and music events from around the North of England and the rest of the UK – and loads of it’s free! Monday – Project 25...

14/02/2019
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“An artwork’s a key that could unlock you-don’t-know-what.” The Big Interview: Tim Etchells

I was a young graduate when I first saw one of Tim Etchells’ neon artworks. ‘WAIT HERE I HAVE GONE TO GET HELP’, it said, in siren red text. Wait Here (2008) seemed to...

14/02/2019
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Place To Place:
Liverpool Biennial in Hull

The Liverpool Biennial touring programme arrived at Hull’s Humber Street Gallery last month with exhibition Place To Place, which groups together works by Annie Pootoogook, Suki Seokyeong Kang and Inci Eviner. Here, Lauren Saunders...

12/02/2019
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Fatoş Üstek Appointed New Director of Liverpool Biennial

Liverpool Biennial have announced today that curator and writer Fatoş Üstek has been appointed as their new director. Born in 1980 in Ankara, Turkey, Üstek is currently Director and Chief Curator of DRAF...

11/02/2019
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Culture Diary w/c 11-02-2019

Our pick of this week’s arts, design, film and music events from around the North of England and the rest of the UK – and loads of it’s free! Monday – Exhibition on Screen:...

08/02/2019
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“Art Kills in this Movie”: Velvet Buzzsaw – Reviewed

Dan Gilroy’s latest film Velvet Buzzsaw, which arrived on Netflix this week, finds room for high art and high camp amid some grizzly and inventive deaths, finds Mike Pinnington… Art world satire posing...

07/02/2019
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“Is ambient the soundtrack to our emotional and mental fatigue?” – Alien Sound Symposium

This weekend Tate Liverpool plays host to Alien Sound, a symposium exploring ambient noise and music. We spoke to organiser Jon Davies about something we might typically associate with relaxation, its development, and “the limits...

06/02/2019
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“A Skillful Reframing of Reality” Haroon Mirza @ Ikon Gallery – Reviewed

The most comprehensive staging of work by prolific artist Haroon Mirza in the UK so far, Emma Sumner finds an exhibition that suggests more needs to be done – and greater space made – when...

05/02/2019
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Remembering K-Punk: A Tribute To Mark Fisher

When Mark Fisher died in 2017, he left behind him a body of work now widely considered to be required reading. Here, Stephanie Gavan outlines how Fisher “inspired and informed a new generation...

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