Bárbara Palomino

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Grant ends… but project continues apace!

Our readers will have noticed that we’ve been blogging and tweeting energetically over this past year with all the latest news, events and activities from Claire’s AHRC-funded project on Latin(o) American Digital Art. The grant has just come to an end this month, but this doesn’t mean the end of the project. The good news … Continue reading

Check out our Twitter Galleries in Storify

In April and May we launched two exciting Twitter galleries, Cities in Dialogue and Brian Mackern’s This Too Shall Pass.  Now, you have the chance to see the images again, check out all the fuss we caused online and learn more about these great artworks! Follow these links to see our amazing Twitter stories in Storify: … Continue reading

New Photo Gallery in the Independents Liverpool Biennial Blog

Check out the new galleries in the Independents Liverpool Biennial Blog with lots of pictures from our Cities in Dialogue exhibition! It includes, among other images, photographs of Brian Mackern’s  brand-new work made especially for this exhibition, This Too Shall Pass. Please leave your comments in the blog, particularly if you visited the exhibition or would like to know … Continue reading


It was great to see so many people at FACT for our Cities in Dialogue Exhibition. Among the visitors there were students, residents, tourists, academics, community organisations and many more. They all had the chance to talk to our amazing artists, Brian Mackern (Uruguay), Bárbara Palomino (Chile), Ricardo Miranda Zuñiga (Nicaragua-US) and Marina Zerbarini (Argentina) … Continue reading

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