n.paradoxa's 12 Step Guide to Feminist Art, Art History and Criticism invites readers to ask themselves difficult questions about the visibility of women artists, stereotypes of women artists in canons of art history, and to think about different theoretical approaches to a feminist art history of women artists. It offers further reading on a number of issues including: images of women; women as cultural producers; the politics of feminist art; and distinguishing between art in/of the feminine and feminist art.
This Article can be found in, Miscellaneous articles folder 5A
A retelling the history of art practice and exposing the ways in which neoliberal norms and values have seeped into every aspect of our lives.
This publication is referenced in the Platform Study Room Guide (P1820)
A survey of artist-run art academies and education programmes, with the contribution from: The Silent University, The School of Global Art, The External Program, MASS Alexandria, Islington Mill Art Academy and SOMA.
Fusco undermines notions of a monolithic Latino identity by examining the role of race in a broad spectrum of Latin American, U.S. and (to a lesser extent) British black and Latino culture and art. This result in a pastiche of autobiographical political essays and art criticism along with transcripts of performance pieces developed in collaboration with performance artist and poet Guillermo Gomez-Peña. These include Andres Serrano, Pepon Osorio, Lorna Simpson, Graciela Iturbide, Lourdes Grobet, Yolanda Andrade, Juan Sanchez, Ana Mendieta, Catalina Parra and the film collectives Black Audio and Sankofa.
This item is referenced in the Making Routes Study Room Guide (P1964).
Exploration of art from the position of the producer, who does not ask what it looks like or where it comes from, but why it exists in the first place.
Living as Form grew out of a major exhibition at Creative Time in New York City. Like the exhibition, the book is a survey of more than 100 projects that use aesthetics to affect social dynamics. Invited artists, organisers, and groups include: Ai Weiwei; Ala Plástica; Jennifer Allora and Guillermo Calzadilla; Lara Almarcegui and Begoña Movellán; Alternate ROOTS; Francis Alÿs; Appalshop; Claire Barclay; Barefoot Artists; Basurama; Marilyn Douala Bell and Didier Schaub; BijaRi; Stephen Biko and partners; Bread and Puppet Theatre; CAMP; Cemeti Art House; Mel Chin; Chto delat? (What is to be done?); Colectivo Cambalache; Phil Collins; Complaints Choir; Céline Condorelli and Gavin Wade; Cornerstone Theater Company; Minerva Cuevas; Cybermohalla Ensemble; Decolonizing Architecture; Jeremy Deller; Mark Dion, J. Morgan Puett, and collaborators; Fallen Fruit; Finishing School; Free Class Frankfurt/M.; Frente 3 de Fevereiro; Theaster Gates; Paul Glover; Josh Greene; Federico Guzmán and Alonso Gil; Fritz Haeg; Haha; Harlem (Election Night 2008); Jeanne van Heeswijk; Helena Producciones; Stephen Hobbs and Marcus Neustetter; Fran Ilich; Farid Jahangir and Sassan Nassiri, Bita Fayyazi, Ata Hasheminejad, and Khosrow Hassanzedeh; Kein Mensch Ist Illegal (No One Is Illegal); Amal Kenawy; Suzanne Lacy; Steve Lambert, Andy Bichlbaum of The Yes Men, and collaborators; The Land Foundation; Long March Project; Los Angeles Poverty Department; Rick Lowe; Mammalian Diving; Reflex/Darren O’Donnell; Mardi Gras Indian Community; Eduardo Vázquez Martín; Angela Melitopoulos; Zayd Minty; The Mobile Academy; Mongrel; Anthea Moys and Bronwyn Lace; Mujeres Creando; Vik Muniz; NSK (Neue Slowenische Kunst); Nuts Society; John O’Neal; Oda Projesi; Wendelien van Oldenborgh; Marion von Osten and collaborators; Park Fiction, part of the Right to the City Network Hamburg; Pase Usted; Piratbyrån (The Bureau of Piracy); Platforma 9.81; Public Movement; Pulska Grupa; Navin Rawanchaikul; Pedro Reyes; Laurie Jo Reynolds; Athi-Patra Ruga; The San Francisco Cacophony Society; Katerina edá; Chemi Rosado Seijo; Michihiro Shimabuku; Andreas Siekmann and Alice Creischer; Buster Simpson; Slanguage; Apolonija Sustersic; Tahrir Square (2011); Taller Popular de Serigrafía (TPS); Mierle Laderman Ukeles; Ultra-red; United Indian Health Services; Urban Bush Women; The U.S. Social Forum; Voina; Peter Watkins; WikiLeaks; Elin Wikström; WochenKlausur; Women on Waves.
An anthology that explores the rise of activist public art that agitates for social change.
Collaboration between Áine Phillips and film-maker Rachel Davies. Large scale collaborative project commemorating lost women and girls. A week long workshop process generates a collection of sculptural costumes and culminates in a runway/catwalk performance dedicated to each lost girl represented. Supported by Culture Ireland, Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation, Japan Foundation, Live Art Development Agency and British Council. Part of Louder Than Bombs – Art, Acton and Activism Project.
Trashing Performance Photographs, 25-29 October 2011 by Christa Holka. Still images from talks and performances: 25 Oct – Trashing Salon, Mel Brimfield ‘This is Performance Art’, 26 Oct – Under/Overwhelmed, Lauren Berlant, Adrian Howells, Jennifer Doyle, Bird La Bird, Lisa Blackman, David Hoyle, Scottee, 27 Oct – Underground/mainstream, Neil Bartlett, Dominic Johnson, Bruce Benderson, Keith Khan, Performance Space, Lois Keidan, Mara Vujic, Dickie Beau, Gavin Butt, This is Not a Dream, Ben Walters, 28 Oct – outsider actions, Oreet Ashery, Joe E. Jeffreys, Bettina Knaup, Platform, Liberate Tate, Rocio Bolivar, Bavand Behpoor, Marcia Farquhar, Femuseum, Lois Weaver, Amy Lame, Carmelita Tropicana, Bird La Bird, 29 Oct – Common, Franco Bifo Berardi, Tania Bruguera, Tavia Nyong’o, Simon Casson, Ingo Cando, Common Culture, Vaginal Davis.
Ai Weiwei, edited and translated by Lee Ambrozy, Ai Weiwei’s Blog, 2006-2009. This book offers a collection of Ai’s online writings translated into English – the most complete, public documentation of the original Chinese blog available in any language.
Department for culture, media and sport, Tessa Jowell, 46 points/statements about culture in the UK, high culture, art, economic and social development.
Two Degrees 12-18 June 2011: Arts Admin reflects on world events since the first festival in 2009 (event description and information)
Exhibition and events shown at the 6th Liverpool Biennial. 18 September – 28 November 2010.
An audio recording of Art, Ethics and Cultural Value, a study room gathering.A collaboration between the Live Art Development Agency and Platform and Malte Beisenhertz
Collection of documentary interviews for the artist’s residency with Stanley Picker Gallery and the Live Art Development Agency. For documentary photographs see D1424. For performance catalogue see P1449.
This item is part of the Study Room Guide On Disability and New Artistic Models by Aaron Williamson (P1529)
John Jordan's Study Room Guide, in the form of an open letter, addresses performance and activism, and the strategies that artists have engaged with to address radical cultural, social and political agendas over the last 20 years.
Artist book made as part of Arnolfini's visiting writer programme.
Part of the Library of Performing Rights (LPR) (P3041).
This item is part of the Study Room Guide: A Bi(bli)ography of Insurrectionary Imaginati by John Jordan (P0793)
Fluxus products (non performance works).
This item is part of the Study Room Guide On (W)Reading Performance Writing by Rachel Lois Clapham (P1433), the Study Room Guide in Search of a Documentology by Marco Pustianaz (P1115) and the Study Room Guide on Performance, Politics, Ethics and Human Rights by Adrien Sina (P0661)
Catalogue and study on cultural rebellion in Syria. Language: English and Arabic
Includes contributions by editors as well as Dinah Birch, Alicia Ostriker, Wendy Webster, Michelle Cliff, Alice Walker. This item is part of the Study Room Guide on Performance, Politics, Ethics and Human Rights by Adrien Sina (P0661)
This item is part of the Study Room Guide On (W)Reading Performance Writing by Rachel Lois Clapham (P1433)