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Cui Jie: From Pavilion to Space Station – Reviewed

29/11/2019

An exhibition addressing how shifts in architectural style reflect national identity, Cui Jie’s From Pavilion to Space Station’s small scale belies its big ideas, finds Mike Pinnington… What can architecture tell us about a...

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Who is the city for? – Sara Jaspan Meets The Neighbours

22/11/2019

With asylum seekers moved out of increasingly exclusive city centres and affordable housing targets going unmet, Sara Jaspan reports on an artists’ project engaging with the changing face of developing neighbourhoods… “I felt...

Niall McDiarmid Barnes (detail) - From the series Southwestern 2019

Making the Mundane Enigmatic – Niall McDiarmid’s Southwestern

19/11/2019

The American Road Trip localised to a small corner of England: Stephen Clarke reflects on photographer Niall McDiarmid’s latest photo book, Southwestern… In the opening picture (below) of Niall McDiarmid’s book Southwestern, a...

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“There is no one ‘Spirit of the North’” – The Return of the Portico Prize

15/10/2019

What, if such a thing exists, is the ‘spirit of the North’? Joe Fenn on the vexed question, and return of the Portico Prize, which asks its entrants to capture exactly that…  A...

Present Tense. Publish by The Double Negative, 2019.

You’re Invited! Present Tense Book Launch: 30 October 2019 (Book Now)

02/10/2019

We’re having a book party and you’re invited! * WEDNESDAY 30 OCTOBER 2019 AT 18.30–19.30, TATE LIVERPOOL, ALBERT DOCK, L3 4BB * WELCOME AND THANK YOU TO ALL KICKSTARTER PATRONS WHO BOUGHT EARLY...

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Killing The Kilogram: Le Grand K – Reviewed

26/09/2019

On May 20th of 2019, the scientific community bid adieu to a weighty artefact affectionately known as Le Grand K. On the same day, World Metrology Day, a new book was launched. Nina...

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What Goes Around Comes Around. Everything I Have Is Yours – Reviewed

25/09/2019

Post-internet generations have grown up with access to literally millions of songs. But, asks Angela Tait, what happens to those tracks not yet digitised? She explores a new exhibition whose scope is to...

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Hi, How Are You? A conversation with Broken Grey Wires

23/09/2019

“Anything is possible!” Mike Pinnington catches up with Lizz Brady for the latest in a series of conversations about her ongoing Broken Grey Wires project…  Founded in 2014, Broken Grey Wires – ‘a ground-breaking...

Candice Breitz Sweat (2018)

“Energise, organise and optimise.” REAL WORK – Reviewed

13/09/2019

A pair of new shows seeking to give voice to “those who typically remain unheard” is strangely lacking, finds Mike Pinnington… FACT Liverpool’s Gallery 1: A man speeds along on the back of...

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