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Stages: A new online journal

Date uploaded: January 8, 2014

Liverpool Biennial is delighted to launch Stages, an online journal. It presents new writing and thinking, and acts as a space for staging research generated from the Biennial’s year-round programme.

The first issue is a portfolio of thinking that emerged from the Banff Research in Culture (BRiC) residency on the topic of 'Dock(ing); or, New Economies of Exchange'.

Click here to download Stages #0.

Contents include:
The Returns of the Past by Nadine Attewell; New Economies of Exchange and the Zombies of Industry by Brent Bellamy; The Shifting Sightlines of Montreal’s Silo no. 5 by Morgan Charles; How to Know About Oil by Imre Szeman; Postindustrialisation in the Present Tense by Jeff Diamanti; Using Strategies as Tactics: Liverpool Waters and Irrationality in Banff by Ryan Ferko; Inhabiting Histories by Kate Hoffman and Ada S. Jaarsma; A postcard from Banff by Logan Sisley; Residual Time by Fiona McDonald; Natural Histories by Rafico Ruiz; Docking Infrastructures by Florian Sprenger; Elevation and Cultural Theory by Michael Truscello; An Exercise in Understanding Distance by Xinran Yuan; Reading Infrastructure. Theme Park in Paradise by Eva Castringius.

Stages is supported by a grant from the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts.