On Forced Entertainment, prediction, and the community of audience.
Interview with Mary Paterson and Deborah Pearson about their DIY project.
The culmination of a year-long project at BalinHouseProjects (BHP), an artist-run, not-for-profit space by Eduardo Padilha at his flat in Tabard Gardens North Estate.
Part of Library of Performing Rights (P3041).
Explores the agency of the pseudonym over a sustained period of time through two case studies in particular: the Guerrilla Girls, an all-female collective working anonymously, and Marvin Gaye Chetwynd, the first British performance artist to be nominated for the Turner Prize.
Interviewing DJs, party hosts, producers, musicians, artists, and dancers, Lawrence illustrates how the relatively discrete post-disco, post-punk, and hip hop scenes became marked by their level of plurality, interaction, and convergence. He also explains how the shifting urban landscape of New York supported the cultural renaissance before gentrification.
Paper setting out new forms of audience participation in political and ethical terms.
Part of the Study Room Guide on Live Art and Kids (P3091).
In misc folder 6.
This volume is inspired and informed by the square-squattings and neighborhood assemblies of the “real democracy” movements as well as by recent explorations of the assembly form in performance art and participatory theater.
In this article, the author discusses Tino Sehgal's work These Associations (Tate Modern, 2012) considering the reconfiguration of the relationship of the individual to the collective.
Documents from the performances “A Greaât Stitheram” in the Greyfriars, Lincoln, and “Change in Energy = the Work” at Arnolfini.
Collections of essays with contributions by Aldo Giannotti, Boyan Manchev, Cesare Pietroiusti, David Levine, Franco “Bifo” Berardi, Ingrid Hora, Kai van Eikels, Libia Castro/Ólafur Ólafsson, Ligna, Liquid Loft/Chris Haring, Michael Koch, Nina Dick, Olivia Plender, Roman Ondák, San Keller, Tina di Carlo.
Examination of the artistic enterprises of the past decade that reclaim the use of lived time as a material in the creation of visual art.
Amanda Coogan: Yellow Re-Performed, Six from a live performance. Extracts from an unfinished film – from a live performance – 2011. This item is part of Brutal Silences: the Study Room Guide On Live Art In Ireland by Anna Maria Healy and Helena Walsh (P1661)
Amanda Coogan, Yellow Re-Performed in Dublin Theatre Festival, performed nightly between 30 Sept – 5 October 2010, description and discussion of the performance. Collective experience, endurance, women, living installation. Also see footage of this event, catalogue ref. no. D1749
1 of 5 DVDs from the series brutproduktion, season 2009. See REF. P1217; D1134-8.X-large version. Amanda Piña in collaboration with Daniel Zimmermann explore ideas about collectivity and togetherness. A production of nada-productions, dance and image brut Wien.