DaDaFest 2009. Exhibitions Close This Weekend

Sally Booth Lightboxes at the Bluecoat
Sally Booth Lightboxes at the Bluecoat

DaDaFest 2009 ends on Saturday 5 December so if you haven’t seen the exhibitions yet you need to be quick.

Upstairs at the Bluecoat there is Sally Booth.

Recipient of the Adam Reynolds Memorial bursary, Sally Booth was artist in residence at the Bluecoat earlier this year, supported by Shape and Tate Liverpool. She returns with a series of photographic light-boxes inspired by the changing light and shadows of the beautiful oval windows in her studio.

Kevin Rowland's photography at Open Eye
Kevin Connolly's photography at Open Eye

At Open Eye there is Kevin Connolly’s ‘The Rolling Exhibition’

Kevin Connolly, a photographer who has no legs and uses a skateboard for transportation, has photographed people’s reaction to him across 15 countries and 31 cities. He has captured what he calls the “universal stare”; the imperfect moment of that glance is intriguingly and imaginatively recorded in this collection.

The Rolling Exhibition reprises the exhibition of the same name that was showcased by DaDaFest 08, incorporating four new photographs that were taken during his stay in Liverpool last year.

Liz Crows Resistance at CUC
Liz Crow's Resistance at CUC

And at CUC there is ‘Resistance’ by Liz Crow

Resistance‘ showcases a brand new installation from Liz Crow. It features a national touring, moving image installation exploring Aktion-T4, the Nazi, mass-murder programme that led to the death of a quarter of a million disable people.

Through the story of Elise, a woman who showed courage in the face of horror, we bear witness to one of the truly imperfect moments of the last century. Read More

Challenging a neglected part of our history whilst raising critical questions for today, Resistance is a disturbing, sometimes chilling work of art.


Film 17 November – 5 December Big Screen Liverpool, Clayton Square, FREE
Launching from the 17th November, DaDaFest in partnership with the BBC Big Screens will be showing specially commissioned short films and video throughout the duration of the festival on Liverpool City Centre’s Big Screen Liverpool, Clayton Square.


Young DaDaFest Exhibition
Exhibition 17 November – 5 December 10.00am – 5pm daily, FREE
World Museum Liverpool, William Brown Street, Liverpool, L3 8EN, Telephone: 0151 478 4393
Due to the extremely high quality of last year’s visual arts submissions, we are proud to announce that this years young DaDaFest‘s arts work is on display at the World Museum.