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)
Rocio Boliver: Times Go By and I Can’t Forget You: Between Menopause and Old Age (2013, 4 minutes)
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.
Interview with Hong Kong-born poet and performance artist, currently active in Kingston, Ontario. Considers aspects of domestic life in relation to the artist's experience as a woman in both Chinese and Canadian cultures.
This video for camera was made at home with the artist's one year old son: he is invited, or given reason, to interact with household, domestic, materials – in isolation and removed from some context.
Part of Live Art and Motherhood: A Study Room Guide on Live Art and the Maternal (P3025).
An illustrated volume exploring the set of portrait photographs and video images shot in the abandoned space of a kitchen where Carthusian nuns had once fed more than 8,000 orphans.
The Kitchen was produced in 2009 by the Teatro de la Laboral in Gijon (Asturias). In English and Spanish.
From Parkett Magazine.
In English and German.
Found in miscellaneous article folder #5B
This item is part of the 'Glimpses of before: 1970s UK Performance Art' Study Room Guide by Helena Goldwater (P2497)
Inspired by the myth of Pandora, this performance is an exploration of misfortune and accountability.
Part of the Library of Performing Rights (LPR) (P3041).