Silver-Tongued Seas: Maïa Nunes & Pádraig Spillane

Jupiter Woods

16th – 31st October 2021

Liquid is delighted to announce ‘Silver-Tongued Seas’, an exhibition by Maïa Nunes and Pádraig Spillane at Jupiter Woods running from 16th – 31st October 2021. Using the metaphor of bodies of water as a starting point, the exhibition explores bodily transformation, migration, global trade, borders and desire, creating a dialogue between the works of two international artists, both exhibited in London for the first time.


There’s Something in the Water

Roisin Agnew

An essay drawing upon the themes of ‘Silver-Tongued Seas’ by writer and Liquid co-founder Roisin Agnew.

Decolonise Our Genitals | Episode 3: Ebun Sodipo & Peter Micthell

Montez Press Radio

24th September 2021, 11am EST / 4pm GMT

For the third episode of Decolonise Our Genitals, Roisin Agnew and Iarlaith Ni Fheorais are joined by artist Ebun Sodipo, who will discuss her ongoing work with sheen, Black trans oral histories, and the tradition of African cosmology. They are also joined by Peter Mitchell, author of ‘Imperial Nostalgia: how the British conquered themselves’ who will discuss the impact of fantasies of empire on contemporary British politics today, while coining the phrase “colonial power-bottoming”. Listen back on Montez Press here.

Emma Wolf-Haugh | Libidinous Memorial Flag

Art/ Work Association

4th May, 7pm BST

Following their session for us in collaboration with Art/ Work Association, Emma Wolf-Haugh shares their WIP video work Libidinous Memorial Flag and recent research into public spaces of non-reproductive sexual pleasure.

Liquid explores expressions of intimacy in the private and public realms, in our digital and offline lives.