GALLERY IS OPEN AGAIN!
OUTPUT Gallery is open from 11am - 5pm every Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday. Our commercial partners Total Recall are also open at these times.
We have re-opened Nick Smith & Niloo Sharifi's collaborative exhibition
which was cut short due to lockdown, and will be presenting further new
exhibitions in the space soon, alongside our continuing programme of
postal exhibitions and online projects.
in the gallery space is cleaned regularly. If there are visitors in the
space you may be asked to wait for them to exit before viewing the
Gallery works exclusively with creatives who are from or based in
Merseyside. We deliver a busy programme to support the mobility,
development and visibility of artists in the area. Since launching in
2018, OUTPUT has facilitated exhibitions, performances, group crits,
art socials, talks, screenings and other events from its space in
Liverpool City Centre.
We are always keen to connect with artists and makers. If you would
like to get involved with the programme, please see the input page.
The gallery was founded by Gabrielle de la Puente. The current interim
manager is Michael Lacey. Technical support is provided by Invisible
Wind Factory staff, in particular Creative Technology director Venya
Krutikov & Administrator Holly Lewis. The 2019 Curatorial
Trainee was Esther Lall-Durowoju.
We have a brand new podcast on Anchor, Spotify and Google that includes
an origin story episode as well as interviews with our artists.
OUTPUT gallery is part of Invisible Wind Factory operations.
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ACCESS GUIDE HERE
The front door is heavy and there is a bell to request access. The
front door is often left open except in bad weather. Then, there are 4
steps to get up to the space which has a small vintage shop at the
front and a single gallery space in the back. Someone will be at the
shop desk in the front if you need their attention or assistance.
The gallery is no longer wheelchair accessible due a recent health and
safety review, but we are currently consulting architects to try and
change access to the space to make it more inclusive - apologies and
please bear with us while we try to make this happen.
If you have other access requirements for exhibitions or events, please
Please take a look at this map of arts
in Liverpool, put together by Liverpool