Recounts the group’s evolution and different approaches to collaboration throughout the years. Two DVDs include a documentary, interviews with BMI members, and performance footage.
On observing the Wooster Group process.
A collection of historical essays, critical papers, case studies, interviews, and comments from scholars and practitioners that shed new light on the field of collaborative art.
Newspaper created and published through the four-day programme exploring the interconnections of art, activism, performance, politics, health and print.
Documents an international artistic research project initiated by Norwegian Theatre Academy/Østfold University College.
Invited to exhibit at the 56th Venice Biennale, e-flux journal produced a single issue over a four-month span, publishing an article a day both online and on site from Venice.
It is to the future that we look for redemption and progress; but it is also where we project our personal and apocalyptic anxieties. By questioning notions of certainty, truth, and totality, Augé finds ways to separate the future from our eternal, terrified present and liberates the mind to allow it to conceptualize our possible futures afresh.
Publication on the participatory mapping project developed that took place on the Redways in Milton Keynes from 17th – 29th July, 2018.
In glass cabinet.
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.
From war and environmental pollution to racism and sexual assault, the publication analyzes the consequences of trauma as seen in the works of artists like Marina Abramović, Pope.L, and Chris Burden.
A chronological review of a decade of endeavours by one of the most astute Slovenian projects of contemporary performing arts. The publication with extensive visual material and excerpts from texts documents 29 performances accompanied by Dr Blaž Lukan’s essay Erasing the Audience which analyses the company’s performing strategies.
A chronology of actions she performed between 2008 and 2015. The book was made in a limited edition, to be given, received, traded, lost, found, purposely lost lost, donated lent, passed on – and never sold.
A dual catalogue and archival exposé that explores the pivotal exhibition, Coming to Power: 25 Years of Sexually X-Plicit Art By Women, originally curated by the late artist, Ellen Cantor, in 1993, along with its re-staging in 2016 by curator Pati Hertling and artist Julie Tolentino.
Part of the Library of Performing Rights (LPR) (P3041).
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.
Article about the Philippine visual art.
In misc folder 7.
In this follow-up to his influential 2010 book, Dark Matter: Art and Politics in the Age of Enterprise Culture, Sholette engages in critical dialogue with artists’ collectives, counter-institutions, and activist groups to offer an insightful, firsthand account of the relationship between politics and art in neoliberal society.
Published on the occasion of the exhibition Stuart Brisley: Headwinds, MAC Belfast, 30 January-26 April 2015.
Social Movement of the Body: a series of laboratories in collaboration with Latin American universities.
Includes separate artist CV, portfolio and press clippings.
Short clips. 3:44
The book examines the creative processes of eight theatre companies making devising-based performances: The People Show, Station House Opera, Shunt, The Red Room, Faulty Optic Theatre of Animation, theatre O, Gecko and Third Angel.
Model Behaviours publication (AFFECT module I); in English; 2014
Mit freundlichen Gruessen exhibition catalogue; in German; 2013
promotional postcards; in English; 2014
The book explores Weaver’s collaborative work with Split Britches and Spiderwoman as well as her solo projects, performance interventions, and work as a facilitator, teacher, and as Tammy WhyNot.
In Spanish and English. Compilation of texts and graphic records of artistic projects and interventions that were carried out from 11 to 13 June 2003 , in different parts of Mexico City.
Taking Dublin and Chicago as two contemporary urban sites for exploration, The MA in Socially Engaged Art (Further, Adult and Community Education) at the National College of Art and Design (Dublin) have partnered with Stockyard Institute (Chicago) to explore the physical, geographic and social fabric of the two cities.
This art book deals with the work of the Trace Collective, and includes both critical essays and images.
The full screening programe from Playing With Space, a touring film programme curated by Lawrence Bradby that celebrates artists who have been making guerrilla interventions, granting themselves the right to make their own work public. The file include a PDF documents with information and text on the event.
The Disagree. magazine is a result of the cooperation between a changing group of artists, curators, and theoreticians operating fully independently. They join forces under the name of the Disagree. Art assembly. Those who write for the Disagree. magazine automatically become part of the editing team and thus of the assembly. The editors of the first issue are Jeff Poak, Jean Gotthard, Harald Pogel, Nazim Besikci, Jana Tupivic, Anna Siegel.
This catalogue documents all events produced, curated and performed by the PAErsche collective between 2010 – 2013.
A collection of essays and scores around the work presented by OUI Performance, York. Published on the accasion of Adhocracyat Rich Mix, London (Aug 7-8 2011) convened by New Work Network.
A reader for “The Art of Being Many”: an assembly of about 400 artists, activists, researchers and participants from all around the planet who gathered in Hamburg at Kampnagel Internationale Kulturfabrik, 27/28-09-2014. In Miscellaneous Articles folder 4.
This publication offers a record of the counterculture work of the The San Francisco Diggers – a troupe of anarchists, with roots in the Theater of the Absurd, Existentialism, and strategies of direct action.
Published to document a programme of events in 2012.
Archive footage of Mexican feminist art collective Polvo de Gallina Negra appearance on national television in 1987.
Archive of Boris Nielsony works and live art in Germany from the 1990s. Shelved in Oversize publications section.
Artist book documenting the Wrights and Sites’s public art project commissioned as part of Sea Change programme, a national initiative to support the rivitalisation of British seaside towns in 2010. Includes found material, photographs and conversations exploring the context of regeneration in contemporary art practices. Includes press release leaflet.
Explores the spaces of Shunt Events, a theatre collective whose relationship to space is at the centre of their process.
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.
Collection of writings and photographic documents charting the work of Joan Casellas.
In Catalan, Castilian and English.
A two-month investigation into carbon, climate, capital and culture. Based on PLATFORM’s 25 years of research, art and action, C Words cross-examines the present and looks to the next two decades. How did we get here? Where are we going? Who’s deciding? Who’s made invisible? Whose future matters? Developed during a residence at Arnolfini.
Documentation of the International Pool research process and resource initiated by Clare Thornton in collaboration with New Work Network and its members. Includes intro, case study and directory.
Excerpts from Disappeared in America.
Six short documentary films investigating the ways in which inhabitants of 5 towns across Europe deal with a recent local criminal case. English, some texts in German.
TIF files and Quick Time Player compatible.
Images, texts and video excerpts from enactments between 2005 – 2008 involving the recitation from memory of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights 1948.
Part of the Library of Performing Rights (LPR) (P3041).