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Syndrome are proud to present the finale of our 2014-15 programme exploring interactivity and affect ... Sound, concrete, voice and animation-mapping star in
THE HAPPY JUG
a post-human drama about brain trauma, thing theory and the general election More
Overlap 2011 was a series showcasing the first phase of Mercy’s new live commissions - exploring shared territories across writing/music/performance.
The series was co-curated by Nathan Jones and Mark Greenwood, and presented in partnership with AND Festival, the Bluecoat, Glitch Karaoke and Liverpool Music Week. Contributors included Victoria View work
A long-running project, growing out of an online conversation in 2011, between curator Nathan Jones and artists Mark Greenwood and Mark Leahy. The project included 2012 performances in Berlin, London, Edinburgh and a weekend of activity at Liverpool Biennial, featuring talks, workshops, installation and performance.
2012 also featured a unique View work
Scripted by top UK writers, this new audiobook describes works invented for the public sphere – as though the city were a living gallery of the beautiful and absurd. An alternative, imagined Biennial, the Mercy Audioguide references conceptual works by contemporary artists such as Peter Liversidge, as well as drawing on a host of writing influences View work