Nick Coligan in the Liverpool Echo:
Commuters will soon be treated to the sensational sight of a city centre eyesore literally turning itself inside out.
The former Yates’s Wine Lodge building, opposite Moorfields station, is now the subject of one of the more eye-catching pieces of art planned for Capital of Culture.
Once it is officially up and running later this month, the facade will rotate like a huge opening and closing window, giving passers-by a glimpse of the interior.
The artwork, called Turning The Place Over, will be launched on June 20 and will run until the end of 2008. It is costing £450,000 – with Culture Company paying £150,000.
UPDATE: also see this video pointed out by 3QD reader Carl: