Documentation from the 672 Hour Live Process Performance in Istanbul, 2018. Includes the poster, individual videos of performances, and a document with details on all performances.
This collection of essays sheds new light on the political, ethical and aesthetic potential of participatory artworks and tests the very latest theoretical approaches to this subject.
Artists’ events, projects and publications curated, commissioned and produced from December 1979 to the present day. Found in miscellaneous article folder #5B
This item is part of the ‘Glimpses of before: 1970s UK Performance Art’ Study Room Guide by Helena Goldwater (P2497)
An international survey that brings together 40 of the most influential approaches to art in public.
Part of the Study Room Guide on Live Art and Displacement (P3107).
Portfolio of images of the artistic work accompished by the duo over the last two decades.
Performance Film Installation is a new publication designed to mark five years of solo and collaborative performances, films and installations by Natasha Davis, and coinciding with the London premiere of Internal Terrains at Chelsea Theatre as part of Sacred. A diverse range of authors and artists have generously responded to an invitation to provide insights into various aspects of Natasha's practice.
Invitation and instructions to participate in Performing Wikipedia project, aiming to expand and improve material relating to Live Art and performance online
Showcases 43 performances and live works by Danish-Norwegian artist duo, marking the first time the artists’ practice is considered in depth from a performance perspective.
Reflects on the exchange which took place in November/December 2010 at co-production house brut in Vienna. The artists worked for ten days as duo teams on site-specific performance projects which were presented in a two-day programme all over the brut venue in Vienna’s Künstlerhaus. In English and Russian.
Contemporary Myths is an exchange programme created by Visiting Arts and the British Council. Theatre makers and performers from Iran and the UK come together to explore the theme of myth in contemporary performance. The project took place in 3 cities (Farnham, Liverpool, Dartington) in the UK during May 2011.
Essays by Antonio Araujo, Mario Bellatin, Pablo Caruna, Oscar Cornago, Juan Dominguez, Adrian Heathfield, Hans-Thies Lehmann, Andre Lepecki, Angelia Liddell, Bonnie Marranca, Quim Pujol, Jose A Sanchez. Text in both English and Spanish.
Projects a critical context around the Season of Media Arts in London March 2006 and provides another discursive dimension to the events of October 2005’s Open Season.
Part of the Library of Performing Rights (LPR) (P3041).