Sat, 29 Feb 2020

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  • Symposium: What We Don’t Talk About When We Talk About The Artist-Led

    Symposium: Friday 31 January 2020 —- A symposium exploring the often unspoken issues relating to artist-led practices and organisation. —- Self-organisation by artists and creative practitioners in the UK has in recent years come to be understood as being ‘artist-led’ – initiated and directed by them – often in non-commercial contexts that act as an […]

    Beautiful World, Were Are You? Talks programme for Liverpool Biennial 2018

    May 24 – October 26 , 2018 Talks Programme curated by The Serving Library. Since Spring 2017, The Serving Library has hosted a series of free events including workshops, talks, performances, and screenings, at Exhibition Research Lab, Liverpool John Moores University. Now, under the auspices of Liverpool Biennial 2018, we have together assembled a new […]

    Hypertext Reading Group ‘Flickering Monstrosity’, session 1, with visiting scholar Helen Kaplinsky

    February 25, 2019, 5 – 7.00 (Session 1 of 3) Over the course of the next year, Helen invites the public, alongside faculty and students to three reading group sessions. Each will include an opportunity to read and discuss both contemporary and historical works of electronic literature. The sessions aim to ask, why are these […]

    Open Forum 2 – ROOT-ed Zine

    Open Forum is a series of quarterly public events organised by James Schofield consisting of a presentation from an invited artist-led organisation, group or collective followed by an open forum discussion with attendees. The second session is organised alongside ROOT-ed Zine, where Co-Founder Fauziya Johnson will present an account of the trials of creating and […]

    Open Forum 1 – Output gallery

    Open Forum is a series of quarterly public events hosted at the Exhibition Research Lab (ERL) consisting of a presentation from an invited artist-led organisation, group or collective followed by an open forum discussion with attendees. The first session is organised alongside OUTPUT gallery, where Gallery Manager Gabrielle de la Puente will present an account […]

    Hypertext Reading Group ‘Flickering Monstrosity’, session 2, with visiting scholar Helen Kaplinsky

    April 30th 2019, 6 – 7.30 (Session 2 of 3) Over the course of this year Helen invites the public, alongside faculty and students to three reading group sessions at the Exhibition Research Lab. Each will include an opportunity to read and discuss both contemporary and historical works of electronic literature. The sessions aim to […]