Exploring the potential of archiving, cataloguing and preservation in establishing new sites of feminist storytelling and political activism.
A collection of key writings on choreography across the French, U.S and international dance scenes since the turn of the century.
Puts the field of Information Studies into critical conversation with studies of gender, sexuality, race and technology, with writings from a broad range of renowned scholars. Contributors: Sandy Stone, Patrick Keilty, Rebecca Dean, Mary Flanagan, Melodie J. Fox and Hope A. Olson, Alvin M. Schrader, Judy Wajcman, Chela Sandoval, Jessica E. Brophy, Zabet Patterson, Lisa Nakamura, Lori Kendall, D. Grant Campbell, Melissa Adler, Dean Spade, Jasbir K. Puar, Carlos Ulises Decena, Sherilyn M. Willaims and Pamela J. McKenzie, Mica Ars Hilson, Steven Maynard, Judith Halberstam, Ajamu X, Topher Cambell, Mary Stevens, Danielle Cooper, K. J. Rawson, Ann Cvetkovich, Aliza Shvarts, D. Grant Campbell, micha cardenas, Zach Blas, Leah A. Lievrouw.
Selected writings of French surrealist Georges Bataille.
Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer explores one of Lee Lozano's most challenging and elusive works, 'Dropout Piece'.
A historical introduction to the life and art of Joseph Beuys.
A collection of critical essays and artist reflections considering some of the richest and most important developments to take place in contemporary Irish theatre and performance.
Passionate Amateurs argues that theatre in modern capitalism can help us think afresh about notions of work, time, and freedom. Its title concept is a theoretical and historical figure, someone whose work in theatre is undertaken within capitalism, but motivated by a love that desires something different.
Anne Bogart's collection of essay explore the storytelling impulse and asks how she, as a “product of postmodernism”, can reconnect to the prima act of making meaning and telling stories.
Club Kids: From Speakeasies to Boombox and Beyond is a visual study and critical analysis of the social trends relating to 'club culture'. Contributors: Francis Bacon, George Melly, Muriel Belcher, Harry Belafonte, Paul Anka, Klaus Nomi, Jonny Thunders, Andrew Logan, Jonny Sluit, Specimen, Steve Strange, Leigh Bowery, Walt Paper, Misshapes, Carri Mundane, Feral, Boy George, Spandau Ballet, Michael Alig, Ryan Styles, Matthew !WOWOW!, Beth Ditto, Molaroid, Jodie Harsh, Scottee, The-O Adams, Gary Card, Matthew Glamorre, Henry Holland, Gwendoline, K-Tron, Jonny Makeup, Ricard Mortimer, Princess Julia.
Masculinity without men. Judith Halberstam takes aim at the protected status of male masculinity and shows that female masculinity has offered a distinct alternative to it for well over two hundred years.
A retelling the history of art practice and exposing the ways in which neoliberal norms and values have seeped into every aspect of our lives.
Part of performance interventions series edited by Elaine Aston and Bryan Reynolds
Publication to coincide with exhibition, Zagreb, 2013
A collection of critical art reviews by Michael Bracewell 1995 – 2012
Collection of essays exploring contemporary art in Liverpool
Publication to coincide with Life, Once More exhibition about reenactments of performances, 2005, Rotterdam
Introduction to life and works of Kenneth Anger