The term ‘Kinship’ speaks of the interconnected web of social relationships, from our own family ‘kin’ to wider bonds which connect us to the world. This trail further explores how we are intertwined with and co-dependent on the people, animals, histories, images, technology and nature around us.
→ Estimated duration: 3 hours
→ All venues within 20 minutes circular walk of each other.
The Only Good System Is a Soundsystem (2021) by B.O.S.S
This audio-visual installation reflects the ways in which marginalised groups have developed methods of coming together against a background of repression and discrimination in the UK – positioning sound culture as spaces of collective strength and encounter where kinship is found and reciprocated.
Iron Deficiency (2021) and other works by Camille Henrot
The Cardiovascular System (2021) and other works by Ane Graff
Henrot explores the trope of mother and child and the alienation of the body through society’s eyes, seeing the body as a series of actions and excesses. Graff positions the body as one part of a larger system, a meeting place for narratives, materials and influential external factors.
Tickets for Exhibition Space 1 (via Ranelagh Street) – Camille Henrot
Tickets for Exhibition Space 2 (via Renshaw Street) – Ane Graff
Jíibie (2019) by Laura Huertas Millán
Mauvaise Alphabet (Liverpool) (2021) by Jorgge Menna Barreto
Each artist looks at our impact on our shared environment through different attitudes towards nature, animals and our fellow man.
College Lane, Liverpool ONE
Bower of Bliss (2021) by Linder
Drawing from Liverpool’s rich archives and her own archive of images, Linder has created a landscape for safety and pleasure, a place where we find kinship by situating our body within the city like a bacterial cell on a host body. Build new bonds with the community around you and photograph yourself withinthis major new commission.
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