June 26, 2021


‘What We Don’t Talk About When We Talk About The Artist-Led’ Symposium (Part 1), organised by PhD researcher James Schofield.

‘What We Don’t Talk About When We Talk About The Artist-Led’ Symposium (Part 2), organised by PhD researcher James Schofield.

‘Native Economies From the Potlach Ban to the Masks of Beau Dick’. A performative talk by Candice Hopkins (Art Historian and Curator, Toronto). Part of the ‘Beautiful World, Where Are You?’ Talks programme for Liverpool Biennial 2018, curated by The Serving Library.

‘Forensic Aesthetics’. A talk by Eyal Weizman (Founder, Forensic Architecture, Goldsmiths College, London). Part of the ‘Beautiful World, Where Are You?’ Talks programme for Liverpool Biennial 2018, curated by The Serving Library.

‘Outside the Hit Factory’. A talk by Alexander Provan (Editor and Co-founder, Triple Canopy, New York). Part of the ‘Beautiful World, Where Are You?’ Talks programme for Liverpool Biennial 2018, curated by The Serving Library.

‘Moonlight and LED’. An exchange between Liverpool Biennial 2018 artists Ei Arakawa (New York) and Silke Otto-Knapp (Los Angeles). Part of the ‘Beautiful World, Where Are You?’ Talks programme for Liverpool Biennial 2018, curated by The Serving Library.

‘Climate Grief and the Visible Horizon’. A talk by Meehan Crist (Writer-in-residence in Biological Sciences, Columbia University, New York). Part of the ‘Beautiful World, Where Are You?’ Talks programme for Liverpool Biennial 2018, curated by The Serving Library.

‘The Fabric of the Planetary Surface’. A talk by Jussi Parikka (Professor of Technological Culture and Aesthetics, University of Southampton, UK, and Docent of Digital Culture Theory, University of Turku, Finland). Part of the ‘Beautiful World, Where Are You?’ Talks programme for Liverpool Biennial 2018, curated by The Serving Library.

‘A Great Enchanted Garden: Can AI Give Us Back Our Sense Of Wonder?’ A talk by Ryan Avent (Senior Editor and Free Exchange Columnist, The Economist, Arlington, USA). Part of the ‘Beautiful World, Where Are You?’ Talks programme for Liverpool Biennial 2018, curated by The Serving Library.

‘Reclaiming Beauty as a Public Good’. A talk by Angela Nagle (Writer, author of Kill All Normies, Dublin and New York). Part of the ‘Beautiful World, Where Are You?’ Talks programme for Liverpool Biennial 2018, curated by The Serving Library.

‘The Linguistics of Arrival: Aliens, Fieldwork and Universal Grammar’. A talk by Jessica Coon (Associate Professor of Linguistics, McGill University, Montreal) and a conversation with Vincenzo Latronico (Writer, translator and guest co-editor of The Serving Library Annual 2018/19). Part of the ‘Beautiful World, Where Are You?’ Talks programme for Liverpool Biennial 2018, curated by The Serving Library.