Making Chinatown (Ming Wong) – Liverpool Biennial 2012.

Though there are distinct visual elements to discuss when looking at the work of Ming Wong currently housed in Wood Street for this year’s Biennial, it seems a shame to miss the opportunity to discuss in greater detail the relationship of his work to theory of orientalism in western film.  The work is of course worthy of many hundreds of words on its physicality, its … Continue reading Making Chinatown (Ming Wong) – Liverpool Biennial 2012.

Video Interview With Markus Kåhre – Liverpool Biennial 2012

Here’s an interview with Liverpool Biennial artist Markus Kåhre discussing his work which is housed in the Monro pub on Duke Street. The work is an extremely effecting and atmospheric piece of installation scultpure and is one of the most affecting pieces I’ve experienced so far at this year’s Biennial Thanks to Markus and also Beatric at Biennial More interviews to come in the next … Continue reading Video Interview With Markus Kåhre – Liverpool Biennial 2012

Video Interview With Jorge Macchi – Liverpool Biennial 2012

Here is the first of quite a few interview films made with artists taking part in this year’s Liverpool Biennial. The festival opens this weekend so is worth checking out over the next eight weeks or so! Jorge’s piece is in the magnificent Copperas Building and it was a complete pleasure to work with him. Thanks to the team at Biennial for letting me work … Continue reading Video Interview With Jorge Macchi – Liverpool Biennial 2012

Interview With Oded Hirsch’s Assistants – Liverpool Biennial 2012.

Saturday the 8th of September marks the opening of two commissions by Liverpool Biennial for the London 2012 festival.  These two commissions are to be housed in theLiverpool ONE area and will be explorations into the way the city uses its space and how the recent changes to the area have affected the behaviour of the city’s residents.  One of the two pieces is Oded Hirsch’s The Lift, housed just around … Continue reading Interview With Oded Hirsch’s Assistants – Liverpool Biennial 2012.