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Leaving Berlin : On the Performance of Monumental Change

Artist/Author: Nicolas Whybrow | Editor: Claire MacDonald | Reference: A0929 | ISBN: 978-0-415-26311 | Type: Article

Performance Research Vol 6. No. 1. Spring 2001

Departures

The first of three related issues which engage with the migrations of people, performance and performance cultures, generating writing around differing geographies and histories of travel and travelling performance in a diversity of written and visual forms.

Leaving Berlin : On the Performance of Monumental Change

Nicolas Whybrow

pp. 37 – 45

herbst: Theorie zur Praxis 2016

Reference: P3048 | Type: Publication

Festival book; unlike a programme, it sets out in search of a different kind of closeness – and finds it through contributions written by programmed artists, artist portraits, theoretical comments dealing with this year’s leitmotif, “Wir schaffen das”, essays, reports or series of pictures.

Festival dates: 23 September – 16 October 2015.

In English and German.

Bahrain: Access Denied

Artist/Author: Tania El Khoury | Reference: A0636 | Type: Article

The artist’s account of being denied entry at the country of Bahrain’s border. Miscellaneous folder #4.

Transeuropéennes: Theater and the Public Space

Editor: Ghislaine Glasson Deschaumes | Reference: P2619 | ISBN: 2-912002-09-5 | Type: Publication

Special issue on theatre and the public space. Bilingual edition in French and English.

Lament

Artist/Author: Richard Ashrowan | Reference: P2492 | ISBN: 978056172808 | Type: Publication

Richard Ashrowan considers the geopoetics of the Anglo/Scots borderline, travelling to several points on the border and beginning a meditation into the meanings that might be revealed within its landscape

From the Trojan Horse to the Human Cannonball: InSite at the U.S.-Mexico Border, 1997-2005

Artist/Author: Ila Sheren | Reference: A0576 | Type: Article

Online article on InSite, a network of contemporary art programs and commissioned projects mapping the dynamics of permeability and blockage that characterise the liminal border zone of San Diego-Tijuana. To be found in Miscellaneous Articles Folder 4.

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Artist/Author: Chris Salter | ISBN: 978-0-262-19588-1 | Type: Publication

Exploration of technology’s influence on artistic performance practices in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.

Admixture: Human Migration and Genetic Inheritance

Artist/Author: Joshua Sofaer, C. Tyler-Smith, D. Eagleman | Reference: P1761 | ISBN: 978-0-9561365-6-5 | Type: Publication

A 5-part public engagement project inspired by the history of human migration and the mechanics of genetic inheritance.

Beyond Boundaries: the arts after the events of 2001

Artist/Author: Peter Hewitt | Reference: P1723 | Type: Publication

Documentation of a speech given by Peter Hewitt. 18 March 2002.