Podcast

Episode 1 : Cut Out Collage

we sit down with Cath of Cut Out Collage to discuss moving to Liverpool, creative freedom & ofc. the collage revolution.

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digital exhibition

The Mo(ve)ment by Millie Montiel-McCann.

Millie creates an immersive installation inspired by her father, arriving in Dundee as an asylum seeker. 'In Chilean torture camps, inmates were often blindfolded for months on end.'

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digital exhibition

Injecting Life by Charlie Granby.

Charlie is our Artist in (digital) Residence. Her exhibition & accompanying essays are an honest-to-god view of her life after being diagnosed with T1 diabetes. it's the eye-opener we all need & the lesson that should have already been taught.

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Spill Yer Tea by Drip Liverpool.

get to know ab this spectacle of raw talent. SYT was an event i will never forget, i was truly moved to laughter & to tears...

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art                          

The curious case of collage. 

I attended a Cut Out Collage workshop as a skeptic & emerged calmer & filled with inspiration. 

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Shuffle 2 @ Northern Lights.

we were invited to curate an exhibition for TRS's second Studio Shuffle & it was filled with genuine talent & kindness - a duo u don't often find together in the art world...

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Ron Athey, Acephalous Monster

@ NIAMOS, Manchester

Athey is a personal art-hero of mine, constantly revolutionary and more present than any performance artist i've ever seen. but this performance threw out everything i thought i knew about his work - it is an experience to be lived and remembered. 

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art

Georgemma Hunt

Georgemma was our first-ever artist in residence & is constantly our design & vibe inspo. take a look at some of her incredible projects from across the world...

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review

Peer 2 Peer

Look Photo Biennial @ Open eye

art - 6/10

open night - 1/10

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Dinu Li, The Anatomy of Place.

Look Photo Biennial '19

@ Convenience Gallery

Tucked away in the heart of Birkenhead’s iconic market is a contemporary art space making waves. It’s fast becoming our go-to art hub & our respite from vapid white cube spaces.

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Nobody hates Brexit as much as Brexit hates itself.

with a title like that, not much more needs to be said to tell you that this exhibition is wicked...

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New Trails, Old Stories

by Ivy Kalungi @ Output

Kalungi has created a virtual archive, which is really both a window and a frame - allowing us to preserve and appreciate history, as well as to enter it.

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Dead Pigeon Gallery

@189 Oakfield Road

This event gathered a diverse crowd of art-loving neighbours who all took the time to really appreciate not only the art, but the organisation & importantly, the other people in the room.

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politics

Chile, Crisis & Resistance

We’re all worried about Chile, about our family there and about the country that is half our home. Because it all feels ominous. That feeling spreading across North America and here in the UK and elsewhere in Europe, China, the globe…it’s of impending doom, the descent of a darker time. And history repeating itself.

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