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Kosmica, a gathering of artists, space engineers, performers and astronomers usually takes place in London but was brought to Liverpool for a special edition as part of FACT’s Republic of the Moon programme.
As the players in the new 21st century race for the Moon line up – the USA, China, India and Russia jostling with private corporations interested in exploiting the Moon’s resources – a group of artists are declaring a ‘Republic of the Moon’: a ‘micronation’ for alternative visions of lunar life. Continue reading
Gina Czarnecki’s career to date encompasses film and installation, with an emphasis on human relationships to image, disease, evolution, genetic research and specialising in advanced technologies of image production. Created in collaboration with bio-technologists, computer programmers, dancers and sound artists, … Continue reading
On Saturday 19th November The Royal Standard in collaboration with Drawing Paper will be hosting a drawing marathon, with 12 hours of activity planned from midday to midnight Continue reading
The Walker Art Gallery is currently hosting An Alphabet, a display of one of Peter Blake’s alphabet series.The display is made up of 26 silkscreen prints and shows Peter Blake’s fascination with letters, fonts and typography. Continue reading
Primate Perceptions and Simian Censorship on the Abandon Normal Devices Safari. Artist Roisin Hyland took the bus to join in the final AND Salon for Art Feast.
The AND Salon Simian Safari was a panel discussion focusing on Rachel Mayeri’s Video work Primate Cinema: Apes as Family currently showing in TAO as part of the AND Festival. Continue reading
The great thing about festivals is the opportunity to bring together the people at the heart of it all with the audience. The digital age, means – in theory – it is a lot easier to participate in these events via on-line streaming Continue reading
Art Feast spoke to Liverpool gallerist Ceri Hand, a passionate and energetic business woman whose background includes training as an artist as well as working as Director of Exhibitions, FACT (Liverpool, where she was a contributing curator to Liverpool Biennial in 2004 and 2006), Deputy Director of Grizedale Arts, Cumbria and Director of Make, London.
Ceri Hand Gallery will be celebrating its third birthday this July. Continue reading