City States – Part 2 (Liverpool Biennial 2012)

Of all the cities in the exhibition, Incheon not only presents the most colourful and inviting display of work but is the most visually pleasing.  The work contrasts nicely with the dull (albeit interesting) aesthetic of the space and this clash works extremely well.  Seoung Won Won’s large G prints instantly brighten up the space and recall tropical habitats that seem almost fantasy like due … Continue reading City States – Part 2 (Liverpool Biennial 2012)

The Source by Doug Aitken – Tate (Liverpool Biennial 2012)

Doug Aitken’s video work has always had a sense of scale meaning that it has a natural affiliation to huge pieces of modern architecture and buildings.  They have in the past snaked their way around buildings and installs, making use of the space around them and allowing the video work to spark a new relationship with ordinary passersby as well as art aficionados. His work … Continue reading The Source by Doug Aitken – Tate (Liverpool Biennial 2012)