29 Sep 2011 – 2 Oct 2011

Event times

Opening Times | 29 September - 2 October, 12-4pm Closing Event | 2 October, from 7pm

Cost of entry

Exhibition FREE | Screening FREE | Performances £4

Wolstenholme Creative Space

Liverpool, United Kingdom


Travel Information

  • Located 5 mins away from the centrally located Paradise Bus Station and other city centre stops
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  • Nearest Stations are: Liverpool Lime Street and Central Station, both 5-10mins walk

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WCS Presents UNINTENTION Preview | 28 September 2011, 6-9pm Exhibition | 29 September - 2 October 2011, 12-4pm Admission FREE UNINTENTION explores the ways in which creativity can manipulate and reinvent the purpose behind ideas, objects, web-sharing, personal and world events. Works include a satirical rehash of a presidential television broadcast by filmmaker Chris Morris; as well as an immersive display of projected stills from the collection Pripyat: 21 Years After Chernobyl by architectural photographer Quintin Lake, documenting both the initial aftermath of the nuclear disaster and the change in its environment since. Along with the show as a whole, the works use existing material by changing their original intentions; a leaders broadcast becomes a skilled re-edit ridden with satire; the aftermath of a nuclear disaster, via its documentation, inevitably becomes a collection of photographic art. Other new and existing works in the show will include; the focus of normal practical objects being turned into pieces of visual art; a short video art piece encompassing a well known graffiti love-note from the walls of the infamous Park Hill flats in Sheffield; and various pieces looking at Internet Memes and considering their place in the art world. UNINTENTION Closing Night Event | 2 October 2011 7pm | The Light Bulb Conspiracy Admission FREE Film collective, Tea and Two Slice, present The Light Bulb Conspiracy documentary screening + free tea and toast! 8:30pm | Ruins Alone + live performances Admission £4 In partnership with WCS, I Am Your Barber, Postmusic and Samizdat present live performances from: RUINS ALONE (skingraft) Legendary japanese drummer, Yoshida Tatsuya showcases the music of RUINS, KOENJIHYAKKEI and other music he has composed throughout his career in his mind melting solo performance.' STIG NOISE DIY mariachi trumpet fuelled noise nonsense since 1998 BARBEROS Duel drumming, synth wielding, spandex sporting electro doom jazz noise hollering perverts The live performances will also include a live visuals installation by Sam Wiehl & Bob Wass of audio-visual group THE HIVE COLLECTIVE. Manipulating the form of Internet Memes, once again reinventing their intention and allowing the meme to evolve within the art gallery setting. For more info visit: www.wolstenholmecreativespace/unintention http://teaandtwoslice.tumblr.com/ http://www.thehivecollective.co.uk/ http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=154726191271082 WCS | Wolstenholme Creative Space | 11 Wolstenholme Square | Liverpool | L1 4JJ


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