Join the Liverpool Biennial team on a series of guided tours around the public sculpture works for The Stomach and The Port.
Join the Liverpool Biennial team on a series of guided tours around the city centre of Liverpool, exploring a selection of this year’s public sculptures, including Rashid Johnson’s Stacked Heads (2020), Teresa Solar’s Osteoclast (I do not know how I came to be on board this ship, this navel of my ark) (2021), and Linder’s Bower of Bliss (2021) amongst others.
The tours will be led by Biennial team members who have worked directly on this year’s exhibition programme and will provide in-depth knowledge and behind the scenes insights of each work in relation to the entry points of The Stomach and The Port – stomach, porosity and kin.
Please note: The route is step free. We imagine the route will take between 1-1.5 hours to complete. Please bring a drink and wear weather appropriate footwear and clothing. We will send an email to all attendees ahead of the event confirming the meeting location and route.
Health & Safety
The tours will observe COVID-19 safety measures including; access via pre-booking only, limited audience capacity and social distancing. We encourage attendees to wear masks if you can and would be happy to.
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Please book early to confirm you ticket, due to social distancing measures spaces will be limited.