I see a fake moon rising, Live Art in the public realm

I see a fake moon rising, Live Art in the public realm is a free online publication about artist and audience development created in response to IBT13: In Between Time Festival, Bristol, 2013.

The publication is edited by Maddy Costa and co-published by Live Art UK and In Between Time as a strategic partnership to profile the contribution of Live Art to the creation of new spaces and sites for art and new forms of audience engagement.

 

Banner image credit:

Simon Faithfull, "Fake Moon", at In Between Time 2013 festival, Bristol. Photo: Paul Blakemore.

Latest news

PLAYING UP Gender

31 August 2021

PLAYING UP Gender edition launches in 2021. PLAYING UP GENDER is a production of FUNDUS THEATER I Theatre of Research, in cooperation with the Live Art Development Agency.

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Raimund Hoghe (1949 – 2021)

19 May 2021

Raimund Hoghe has died. Mary Kate Connolly has written these words in memory, and in tribute.

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Responses to ‘Politics of Intimacy in Practice’

17 February 2021

A series of reflections and artistic responses by to the Politics of Intimacy in Practice DIY, by Raju Rage, Kyla Harris and Andre Medina, Rabindranath A Bhose, and Vanessa Young.

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Twelve Days of Unbound

4 December 2020

2020’s Unbound seasonal sale is Twelve Days of Unbound – 12 days of 12 guest editors with each recommending books or films or editions that they would like to give or receive as festive gifts, and all offered at 12% discount.

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Annual Review 2019/20

26 June 2020

Highlighting a selection of LADA’s projects and initiatives we have produced between April 2019 – March 2020

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