Here's an interesting video all the way from Liverpool.
[DEADCITIES] produce and compose audio visual works and then present them in found spaces.
Their press release explains: 'Initially concentrating on non-narrative pieces, in 2009 [DEADCITIES] began to investigate site specific artworks based on changing the perception of the actual spaces that the works themselves where presented in as an additional mode of expression."
Liverpool for many years has been a place where things happen in leftover spaces, like a baby Berlin but with partition based on employed vs. not-employed rather than eastern block vs. europe. Those leftover spaces created a vibrant and independant arts and architecture scene by the early noughties, but I was worried that the rabid (before you ask, not a typo...) gentrification brought about by the last period of sustained economic growth, and the Capital of Culture might have done more harm than good.
Every recession has a silver lining eh?