Peter Liversidge was born in 1973 in Lincoln, UK. Conceptually focussed and spanning photography, collage, sculpture and performance, Liversidge’s approach to his work invites collaboration and is subsequently formed by influences beyond his control; his artworks are investigations of coincidence and not limited to the language of a single medium.


Recent solo exhibitions include Proposals for Lancaster Arts, Peter Scott Gallery, Lancaster, UK (2023); Rural Time, East Quay, Watchet, UK (2023); Either / Or, Kate MacGarry, London (2023); an echo, Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh (2022); Topsy Turvy, Sign Paintings for Belfast, The Mac, Belfast (2020); Sign Paintings for the NHS, Roman Road, E2 (2020); Working title I, Bonniers Konsthall, Stockholm, Sweden (2018); Working title II, Bonniers Konsthall, Stockholm, Sweden (2019); EDIFICE, COMPLEX, VISIONARY, STRUCTURE, Sean Kelly, New York, USA (2018); Proposals for The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum at The Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield, USA (2017); The Bridge (A Choral Piece for Tate Modern), Tate Modern, London (2016) and Notes on Protesting, Whitechapel Gallery, London (2015).


Group exhibitions include: Out of the Margins: Performance in London’s institutions 1990s – 2010s, Whitechapel Gallery, London (2022-23); The Double: Identity and Difference in Art since 1900, The National Gallery of Art, Washington DC (2022); Notes on Protesting, Kate MacGarry, London (2022); Beano: The Art of Breaking the Rules, Somerset House, London (2021); Inaspettatamente, Cloud Seven, Brussels, Belgium (2021) and The World Exists To Be Put On A Postcard, Artists Postcards from 1960 to now, The British Museum, London (2019).