On Tino Sehgal’s Ann Lee and the robotisation of the ageing body.
An invitation to encounter work and thinking that is in motion. Taking two years of projects and initiatives by Heart of Glass, a national agency for collaborative and social practice based in St Helens, as its starting point, the publication explores the interface between theory and practice.
Zine featuring Caroline Thomas, Francesca Laura Cavallo, Eleni Papazoglou, Lisa Kinsolving, António Branco, Riccardo, Leonie Brandner, Matthew de Kersaint Giraudeau, Wolff-Michael Roth.
Issue 4 featuring: Emma-cecilia Ajanki, Channing Tatum, Figs In Wigs, Igor & Moreno, Rowland Hill, Rukeya, Samir Kennedy, Theo Clinkard, Leah Marojevic, Trajal Harell, Ultimate Dancer, Robbie Thomson, Augusto Corrieri, Rowland Hill, Marica Innocente, Maartje Nevejan
Explores care as a way of moving and moving as a way of caring. Made alongside the research and making of a solo dance performance, You sit there.
Exhibition booklet; Leamington Spa Art Gallery & Museum, 30 November 2018 – 24 February 2019
Project publication. Explores possibilities of queer hospice concepts, and what they could mean for their wider surroundings. Reflections on the future correspond sharply with the spaces of their respective residency, the Diakonie, which aids people in very direct questions concerning their present situation.
Part of the Library of Performing Rights (P3041).
A free survival guide for queer and trans* young people; by Scottee, Travis Alabanza, Selina Thompson and Emma Frankland.
Third issue of the online and printed zine about relationships and configurations in which one person is still while others are not.
Explores the daily lives of two aging, eccentric relatives of Jackie Kennedy Onassis. Edie Bouvier Beale and her mother, Edith, are the sole inhabitants of a Long Island estate.
On curating psychedelic experience.
A project based on the artists' experience of mental health, and their desire to find a positive space to experience mental distress… and enlightenment.
Explores a wide spectrum of seemingly unconnected subjects, which, when brought together, offer a more inclusive, expansive history of bioart, namely: home economics; the feminist art of the 1970s; tissue culture methodologies; domestic computing; and contemporary artistic engagements with biotechnology.
The Fevered Sleep project brings together adult, male professional contemporary dancers, and girls who dance for fun. This publication includes pieces by people who live and work in each city the project is recreated in. It is a collection of creative writing on the themes of the project, such as love, empathy and trust.
Citing Howells’ permissive mantra as its title, the book includes new writing from leading scholars and artists, as well as writing by Howells himself, an extensive interview, scores, and visual materials, which together offer new insight into the artist’s ground-breaking process.