In September 2018, during Labour Party conference in Liverpool, a group activists set sail for the Burbo Bank wind farm on board the good ship Discovery; this is the account of their adventures.
Explores the agency of the pseudonym over a sustained period of time through two case studies in particular: the Guerrilla Girls, an all-female collective working anonymously, and Marvin Gaye Chetwynd, the first British performance artist to be nominated for the Turner Prize.
Exhibition catalogue; Saatchi Gallery, 16 November – 31 December 2017.
Part of the Library of Performing Rights (LPR) (P3041).
In this invitation to reflect on the power of performance, Diana Taylor explores many of the ‘performance’ uses and iterations: artistic, economic, sexual, political, and technological performance; the performance of everyday life; and the gendered, sexed, and racialized performance of bodies. Images and texts interact to show how performance is at once a creative act, a means to comprehend power, a method of transmitting memory and identity, and a way of understanding the world.
The publication looks at a number of vigorously debated collaborative projects undertaken over the past twelve years in and outside Denmark by artist Kenneth A. Balfelt. It contains both introductions to five projects, interviews with the people involved in the projects and finally four essays trying to reflect on the impact of these kinds of artworks.
Video documentation, trailer and still pictures from Felipe Osornio’s – aka Lechedevirgen Trimegisto – “Inferno Variete – Devoción”, a performance project recovering and reinterpreting the theoretical and historical approaches of artists, activists, academics and representative figures around the themes of masculinity, violence against sexual minorities, gender performativity, decolonialism and body art.