Second edition of Material concerns itself with in/visibility in contemporary artistic practice, especially dance.
Publication on a new entity of events as part of ANTI Festival, where the artists shortlisted for the International Prize of Live Art present their work.
In English and Finnish.
Publication made as part of a choreographic work investigating the relationship between theoretical, aesthetic and performing aspects of an artistic work. Includes two essays: ÆØÅ and Pointing back.
Film created as part of The Casement Project, a multi-disciplinary project about Roger Casement, a British knight, Irish rebel and international humanitarian.
Part of the Library of Performing Rights (P3041).
Reaffirms the central position of the body in various artistic practices through in-depth conversations with choreographers, composers, visual artists, hip hop artists, dramaturges, a light designer and a puppeteer.
First edition of the anthology consisting of texts written by artists active within the field of dance and choreography in the Nordic countries.
In Nordic languages and English.
Considering how blackness is imagined in and through performance, the contributors address topics including flight as a persistent theme in African American aesthetics, the circulation of minstrel tropes in Liverpool and in Afro-Mexican settlements in Oaxaca, and the reach of hip-hop politics as people around the world embrace the music and dance.
Part of the Library of Performing Rights (P3041)
Includes instructions from more than 35 artists' walks along with a section that features the insights and philosophy of Elastic City Founder who spent 14 years presenting and refining walks. The section, titled 'Creating Your Own Walk,' covers conceptual, narrative and logistical concerns, how to encourage participation and how to best promote this work.
A donkey choreographs a group of dancers.
Part of Life Art Library at MIF 2019: Animals of Manchester; Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 July 2019.
Zine featuring Caroline Thomas, Francesca Laura Cavallo, Eleni Papazoglou, Lisa Kinsolving, António Branco, Riccardo, Leonie Brandner, Matthew de Kersaint Giraudeau, Wolff-Michael Roth.
Critical analyses of cultural spectacle and social identity by eighteen major Australian scholars and practitioners.
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.
Highlights the critical role that performance played in the development of Latina/o queer public culture in the United States during the 1990s and early 2000s.
Part of the Library of Performing Rights (P3041).
A publication on the performance for adults which explored, through image, sound, light, text and the choreography of hundreds of objects, what it is to change, to grow, and to age.
Original production: Young Vic – London: 27th September – 9th October 2010
This text finds the intimate affinity between dance and philosophy in the concept of problem and invites the reader to perceive dance and philosophy as a form of ballistics: the art of throwing.
Resisting the control of the image, transcending from the 2-dimensional, practicing being-a-body-in-the-world.
Anthology of interdisciplinary essays which critically examines the interlocking themes of artistic authorship, authenticity, and legacy from legal, art market, and art historical perspective.
Proposes that performance is not a genre of art separate from object making but rather an attitude that has infiltrated the entire terrain of contemporary art.
This major survey charts the development of live art across six continents since the turn of the twenty- first century, revealing how it has become an increasingly essential vehicle for communicating ideas across the globe in the new millennium.
Explores the agency and materiality of the archival document through a collection of critical writings and original artworks,
Conversation between two members of the Ludus Dance Company.
A survey of new dance in Germany and the USA.
An assessment of experimental work in the early years of Dance Umbrella (1978-1983).
Surveys the changes in acting and performance during the crucial transition from the ecstatic theatre of the 1960s to the ironic postmodernism of the 1980s.
Whether he’s creating a dance composed solely of everyday actions, working with an ensemble of children, or running a “dancing museum,” Charmatz’s work experiments with the body as a vessel for subjectivity, history, and collective action.
Stages a beyond-disciplinary, inter-subjective encounter between the lines of choreography, drawing and writing, for exploring those forms of thinking-feeling-knowing produced through collaborative exchange, in the slippage and deviation as different modes of practice enter into dialogue, overlap, collide.
The dancers develop movements in response to a photo – creating in real time.
Part of the Library of Performing Rights (LPR) (P3041).