A recipe book produced following a series of public events involving local South Essex foods, their source, preparation and consumption.
Explores a wide spectrum of seemingly unconnected subjects, which, when brought together, offer a more inclusive, expansive history of bioart, namely: home economics; the feminist art of the 1970s; tissue culture methodologies; domestic computing; and contemporary artistic engagements with biotechnology.
Festival programme; in Croatian and English.
Festival dates: 18-25 November 2016 (Zagreb). 20-21 November 2016 (Belgrade), December 2016 (Skopje), May 2017 (London).
Published to mark the 20th century of the Arts Catalyst, this article showcases some of the institution's landmark projects. In misc folder 5A.
This small publication marks the 20th anniversary year of The Arts Catalyst. It celebrates some of the 120 artists’ projects commissioned over those two decades.
Critical Art Ensemble is a collective of tactical media practitioners of various specializations, including computer graphics and web design, film/video, photography, text art, book art, wetware, and performance.
Illuminates ways of devising more socially, economically, and ecologically just versions of now.
This anthology of essays, images and dialogues exploring contemporary art’s engagements with risk–physical, social, political and aesthetic–brings readers into the conference from which the book takes its title, a third annual collaboration between the Getty Research Institute and the Southern California Consortium of Art Schools (SoCCAS).
An engaging, critical and thought-provoking approach to how current technologies are changing our perceptions of the body, the self and the interactions between bodies.
This item is part of the Study Room Guide in Search of a Documentology by Marco Pustianaz (P1115)
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).
Accompanies the exhibit at MASS MoCA and serves as a user’s guide to art that is exciting, provocative, unexpected, inspiring (artistically and politically).
This item is part of the Study Room Guide: A Bi(bli)ography of Insurrectionary Imaginati by John Jordan (P0793)