Documentation of the evening which featured a screening of short films and performance documentation by artists working around ritual, performance and queer futurity.
A programme of events exploring blood in performance for BLOOD: Life Uncut, a season of work for the new Science Gallery, London. Includes:
Janez Janša: Ron’s Story (5 minutes, 2001)
Ernst Fischer and Nicola Hunter: Passion/Flower (2012, 4 minutes)
Regina Jose Galindo: Who Can Erase the Traces (2003, 2 minutes), La
Sangre del Cerdo (2016, 8 minutes)
Franko B: I Miss You! (2003, 2 minutes)
Marisa Carnesky: Dr Carnesky’s Incredible Bleeding Woman (2016, 3 minutes)
jamie lewis hadley: this rose made of leather (2012, 10 minutes)
Kira O’Reilly: Wet Cup (2000, 3 minutes)
Martin O’Brien: If It Were The Apocalypse I’d Eat You To Stay Alive (2015, 8 minutes)
La Ribot: Another Bloody Mary (2000, 10 minutes)
Rocío Boliver: Times Go By and I Can’t Forget You: Between Menopause and Old Age (2013, 4 minutes)
A genuine, humorous, and powerful reflection on love, life, death, and “fighting sickness with sickness.” Edited and compiled by Sheree Rose and Rhiannon Aarons.
The first book bringing together writing and documentation on Martin O’Brien and marking ten years of his work.
Part of the Library of Performing Rights (LPR) (P3041).
A union using violence as a language to express affection.
In this durational site specific performance at St Clement’s Church, the artists create their sanctuary of sickness. This is a place for freaks, monsters and weirdos. It’s a place of pain, sacrifice and submission in order to survive and you are invited to join them. Co-presented by SPILL Festival of Performance and DaDaFest International: Skin Deep.
Documentary about the final years of Flanagan's life; his performance, sexuality and mortality.
This is an excerpt from Access All Areas publication: P1864.
Digital Reference refers to folder containing 32 movies. Footage by Manuel Vason (see also British Library recording, D1621)
Digital Reference refers to folder containing 32 movies. British Library recording (see also footage by Manuel Vason, EF5041).
Edited collection on performance practice and analysis that engages with medical and biomedical sciences.