The result of five years of practice-based creative research focused on the UPRISING project, the book presents a number of methods for the creation of politically charged interactive public events in the style of a how-to guide.
Part of the Library of Performing Rights (LPR) (P3041).
Outlins the performance map in Mexico, calling on artistsfrom various regions of the country to investigate and trace the history of this artistic expression.
Exhibition catalogue; Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art, June-August 1984. Artists: John Davis, John Dunkley-Smith, Marr Grounds, Lyndal Jones, John Nixon, Mike Parr, Redback Graphix, Stelarc
Sheren explores performance art and politics on the US Frontera since 1984. Beginning with a political history of the border, with an emphasis on the Chicano movement and its art production, Ila Sheren explores the forces behind the shift in thinking about the border in the late twentieth century.
This companion book to the exhibition of the same name investigates California’s vital contributions to Conceptual art—in particular, work that emerged in the late 1960s among scattered groups of young artists.
Images and dialogues exploring contemporary art’s engagements with risk.
A project in the shape of the ultimate art scavenger hunt. Teams race across the city deciphering clues and gathering objects in order to try and win a cash prize and have their work exhibited in the museum.