September’s crit will be led by Liam Geary Baulch, exhibiting artist in ‘You’re Surrounded by Me’. Baulch uses the structures of song, dance and costume in performances that discuss an array of topics, including; climate change, contemporary labour and activism. Taking influence from folk culture and protest praxis, he creates paradoxical characters and choreographed, participatory events. In ‘Sea Squad’ (2016-17), Geary Baulch formed a cheerleading squad to represent the sea and combat climate change, linking the power of molecular structures to cheer formations.
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// ABOUT LIAM GEARY BAULCH
Liam Geary Baulch (b. 1993, London) has exhibited or performed at TEDxEastEnd, London; ONCA Gallery, Brighton; The Nunnery Gallery, London (all 2017); The benevolent association of excellent solutions, London; The Averard Hotel, London; Fat Relic, London; La Fête des Chants de Marins, Saint-Jean-Port-Joli, Quebec; La Biennale de Sculpture, Quebec; Limbo, London; The PAD, London (all 2016); Lewisham Arthouse, London; Royal Academy of Arts, London (all 2015). Recent publications include; Love Dance More: Dancing Ecologically, USA (2017). Recent awards, residencies and programmes include; Into the Wild, Chisenhale Studios, London (2016-2017); Est-Nord-Est Residency, Quebec (2016); Space, City, Land, Sea: Performance Residency, ONCA, Brighton (2016); The Elke Lacey Award for Textiles (2015). Geary Baulch is a graduate of Goldsmiths, University of London (2015); and Camberwell College of Art, University of Arts London (2012).