The history of the Port of Liverpool echoes other histories of bodies – in labour, in motion and in struggle. Transforming the former Dock Traffic Office, David Zink Yi’s video installation Horror Vacui (2009) emphasises the role of rituals in the production of music, operating as an extended picture without beginning or end.
This exhibition will run until 27 June.
Booking is required. Tickets available here.
An access ramp is located at the side of the building.
Find below the average walking distance from this venue to other participating venues.
Tate Liverpool: 2 minutes
Open Eye Gallery: 7 minutes
Bluecoat: 9 minutes
Lush Building: 11 minutes
Lewis's Building: 16 minutes
FACT: 16 minutes
Cotton Exchange Building: 18 minutes
Liverpool Central Library: 20 minutes
Discover outdoor commissions en route by following our Public Artwork Trail. For more information, click here.
Travel by taxi between venues to experience Erick Beltrán's new commission Superposition (2021). Combining lights and music alongside graphic designs, the commission can be experienced across 5 taxis, while on display across the tip-seats of an additional 30 of the fleet. To make a booking call ComCab Taxis on 0151 298 2222 and quote Liverpool Biennial (normal phone and taxi rates apply).