conduit of the bottomless submundane review

Not a written review this time, but part of a series of podcasts I'm trying out.

So far I've reviewed bits of Liverpool Biennial, and here I look at part wild horses mane on both sides' installation-performance piece currently touring, conduit of the bottomless submundane.

I don't think these podcasts will wholly replace my written reviews, for one it's hard to fit as much information in. But they take less time to create. So I think they will tend to be my first word on things that interest me, and if I feel I have more to say, and have the time, then written reviews will follow.

But on with the review. Incidentally, do also take a look at the other stuff over on my Audioboo channel.


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