Examines the embodiment of pain in Máiréad Delaney’s performance.
Part of The Library of Performing Rights (P3041).
A frenzied meditation on theatrical obsession, a festive overture of histrionic suffering and flapping genitalia. In the glass cabinet.
Reflections on how institutions inform art, curatorial, educational, and research practices while they shape the world around us.
Around 500 participants – usual radio listeners, no dancers or actors – were invited to enter the Leipzig train station, equipped with cheap, portable radios and earphones. By means of these devices they could listen to a radio program consisting of a choreography suggesting permitted and forbidden gestures (to beg, to sit or lie down on the floor etc.).
Examines the frustrations and limitations of conventional Western academic research on social change and describes the struggle to fashion a new approach based on the principle that people have a universal right to participate in the production of knowledge that directly affects their lives.
Part of the Library of Performing Rights (LPR) (P3041).
Programme for the installation project by artist Fran Cottell and architect Marianne Mueller, reflecting on the Rootstein Hopkins Parade Ground as the dream site for Jeremy Bentham's experimental panopticon, the real Millbank Penitentiary, a military parade ground and now university campus, outdoor gallery and thoroughfare to Tate Britain.
This article narrates and analyses three instances of swimming in the Beirut sea as political performances.
An artwork that attempts to question the various forms of social control that we live under in an increasingly anxious cultural climate
Retrospective of Zoran Todorović’s work in video and new media.
Serbian with English translation. includes leaflet of the work Assimilation 7 .