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The Earth Wants YOU

Artist/Author: Reverend Billy Talen | Reference: P3410 | ISBN: 978-0872867079 | Type: Publication

A motivational handbook, filled with inspired visions of a wild, creative, Earth-led cultural revolution. 

Training for Exploitation?: Politicising Employability and Reclaiming Education

Editor: Precarious Workers Brigade | Reference: P3465 | ISBN: 978-0-615-59011-0 | Type: Publication

Provides a pedagogical framework that assists students and others in deconstructing dominant narratives around work, employability and careers, and explores alternative ways of engaging with work and the economy.

Against The Romance Of Community

Artist/Author: Miranda Joseph | Reference: P3325 | ISBN: 978-0816637966 | Type: Publication

Explores sites where the ideal of community relentlessly recurs, from debates over art and culture in the popular media, to the discourses and practices of nonprofit and nongovernmental organizations, to contemporary narratives of economic transformation or “globalization.” 

Training for Exploitation?: Politicising Employability and Reclaiming Education

Artist/Author: Precarious Workers Brigade | Digital Reference: EF5241 | ISBN: 978-0-615-59011-0 | Type: Digital File

Provides a pedagogical framework that assists students and others in deconstructing dominant narratives around work, employability and careers, and explores alternative ways of engaging with work and the economy.

From the Favelas to Hackney

Artist/Author: AfroReggae | Reference: D2283 | Type: DVD

Te documentary follows a four-day AfroReggae project in Hackney Free and Parochial School, culminating in a live performance at Amnesty International. Footage from the streets of Rio and London.

Part of the Library of Performing Rights (LPR) (P3041).

Argentina’s Popular Uprising - newspaper

Artist/Author: Que Se Vayan Todos | Reference: P3319 | Type: Publication

An eyewitness account of the financial meltdown and ongoing grassroots rebellion.

Part of the Library of Performing Rights (LPR) (P3041).

XEN: Migration Labor and Identity

Editor: Yongsoon Min | Reference: P3313 | Type: Publication

Catalogue  published in conjunction with the exhibition by Yongsoon Min ;13 August to 12 September 2004 at the SSamzie Space Galleries.  In English and Korean.

Part of the Library of Performing Rights (LPR) (P3041).

Teaching for Change: Popular Education and the Labor Movement

Editor: Linda Delp, Miranda Outman-Kramer, Susan J Schurman, Kent Wong | Reference: P3284 | ISBN: 978-0615122755 | Type: Publication

Relying primarily on first-hand reports from educators themselves, supplemented by interviews with practitioners, the chapters describe popular education approaches to organizing, leadership development, and building labor-community alliances. 

Part of the Library of Performing Rights (LPR).
 

The Soul at Work

Artist/Author: Franco "Bifo" Berardi | Reference: P3259 | ISBN: 978-1584350767 | Type: Publication

Key member of the Italian Autonomist movement and a close associate of Félix Guattari argues that the Marxist/Hegelian concept of alienation and the communal bonds arising from the collective experience of the workforce are under erosion in today's technological society, 

The Best is Not Too Good for You: New Approaches to Public Collections in England

Editor: Contemporary Art Society and Whitechapel Gallery | Reference: P3239 | ISBN: 978-0-8548-8229-8 | Type: Publication

Explores the role of philanthropy in public collections across the UK.

Tell Them I Said No

Artist/Author: Martin Herbert | Reference: P3210 | ISBN: 978-3956792007 | Type: Publication

This collection of essays considers various artists who have withdrawn from the art world or adopted an antagonistic position toward its mechanisms.

Swimming in Sewage: Political performances in the Mediterranean

Artist/Author: Tania El Khoury | Editor: Richard Gough and Sam Trubridge | Reference: A0729 | Type: Article

This article narrates and analyses three instances of swimming in the Beirut sea as political performances.

Joined Forces: Audience Participation in Theatre

Editor: Anna R. Burzyńska | Reference: P3165 | ISBN: 978-3-89581-427-3 | Type: Publication

Four interviews and ten essays, case studies, manifestos and anti-manifestos by theatre makers, curators, critics, and scholars, presenting various examples of audience participation in theatre and linking them to problems of participation in democracy and to socially engaged art.

Turn, Turtle! Reenacting The Institute

Editor: Elke Van Campenhout and Lilia Mestre | Reference: P3164 | ISBN: 978-3-89581-410-5 | Type: Publication

Sx essays, three interviews, and six case studies of performance makers, institution directors, and thinkers, proposing diverse strategies of implication and engagement, opening up possible futures and alternative exchanges between parties that are often too often still seen as adversaries.

Job Centre Junior

Artist/Author: Amelia Beavis-Harrison | Reference: P3179 | ISBN: 978-82-690680-0-9 | Type: Publication

Newspaper accompanying the performance installation which focuses on how policy change directly affects low income families through austerity measures that sanction welfare claimants and push people into vulnerable positions. Includes interviews and performance script.

Letters to Windsor House

Editor: Sh!t Theatre | Reference: P3175 | ISBN: 978-1786820891 | Type: Publication

A loophole in the Postal Services Act says you can open other people's mail under certain circumstances. This is that certain circumstance.

Let’s Get Classy: Live Art, class and cultural privilege

Artist/Author: Kelly Green | Reference: P3152 | Type: Publication

Study Room Guide created as part of a research residency, exploring Live Art practices and methodologies when working with those who re excluded through economic and social barriers.

Part of the Library of Performing Rights (P3041)

Cut with the Kitchen Knife: Weimar Photomontages of Hannah Hoch

Artist/Author: Maud Lavin | Reference: P3149 | ISBN: 978-0300061642 | Type: Publication

Investigates the multilayered social construction of femininity in the mass culture of Weimar Germany, focusing on the photomontages of the avant-garde artist Hannah Hoch.

Part of the Know How: The Study Room Guide on Live Art Live Art and working with older individuals and communities. (P3140)

The Art of Being Many - A position paper

Artist/Author: Geheimagentur | Reference: A0706 | Type: Publication

Paper setting out new forms of audience participation in political and ethical terms.

Part of the Study Room Guide on Live Art and Kids (P3091).

In misc folder 6.

Symbiotic beasts

Artist/Author: Kirsten Lloyd and Juliana Capes | Reference: A0700 | Type: Article

A report from the StabilityMobility Sharing conference held in Rotterdam.

Rise with your class not from it

Editor: Emmanuelle Waeckerlé | Reference: P3069 | ISBN: 9780957682870 | Type: Publication

A lasting trace of and a vehicle for the Working Press, a collective publishing imprint which had the subtitle books by and about Working Class Artists, 1986-1996. The publication highlights some important works by working-class artists while providing a valuable resource for anybody interested in working with archive material.

Border as Method, or, the Multiplication of Labor

Artist/Author: Sandro Mezzadra and Brett Neilson | Reference: P3024 | ISBN: 978-0822355038 | Type: Publication

Mezzadra and Neilson explore the atmospheric violence that surrounds borderlands and border struggles across various geographical scales, illustrating their theoretical arguments with illuminating case studies drawn from Europe, Asia, the Pacific, the Americas, and elsewhere.

Theatre and Museums

Artist/Author: Susan Bennett | Reference: P3003 | ISBN: 978-0230580206 | Type: Publication

Bennett looks at the collaborative processes that intertwine these two cultural practices. She argues that discourses of performance studies can open up new avenues of inquiry about the production and reception of the museum experience and its place in contemporary culture.

Theatre and Migration

Artist/Author: Emma Cox | Reference: P3016 | ISBN: 978-1137004017 | Type: Publication

A vibrant introduction to theatre that engages with stories, conditions and experiences of migration.

Illiquid Assets

Artist/Author: Morgan Quaintance | Reference: A0682 | Type: Article

Pandering to the real or imagined demands of private finance distorts the art world, silencing dissent and stifling politically or socially engaged art in favour of consensus and what is known in the trade as 'investment grade art'.

I Hate America! (I Love America) - documentation

Artist/Author: Lucky Pierre | Digital Reference: EF5219 | Type: Digital File

Clip from 10 hours of live continuous conversation between participants in London and Chicago compressed to 30 minutes. Participants discussed one of the five topics addressed in the question “Who Owns Myth, Pop, Money, Race, and Terror in the Land of the Free?”.

Part of DIY 13.

30:47

Butlers Wharf

Artist/Author: Chisenhale Studios | Reference: A0663

Includes history background information and  chronology of artists.

Found in miscellaneous article folder #6

This item is part of the 'Glimpses of before: 1970s UK Performance Art' Study Room Guide by Helena Goldwater (P2497)

I Hate America! (I Love America): Who Owns Myth, Pop, Money, Race & Terror in the Land of the Free

Artist/Author: Lucky Pierre | Digital Reference: EF5207 | Type: Digital File

Video from a six-month collaboration and conversation between artists in the UK and the US which culminated on November 30, 2013 in concurrent daylong events in London and Chicago.

Part of DIY 13; project developed by Lucky Pierre.

1:59:41

Manual Labours: The Complaining Body

Editor: Jenny Richards and Sophie Hope | Reference: P2949 | ISBN: 978-0-9570282-4-1 | Type: Publication

Third publication for the research project exploring physical and emotional relationships to work, focused on the process, findings and analysis of an 18 month long investigation into the physical and emotional affects of complaining, receiving complaints and not being able to complain in the context of work.

Published alongside an exhibition at the Peltz Gallery (6 February – 3 March 2016).

D.I.Y Too

Editor: Robert Jude Daniels | Reference: P2874 | ISBN: 978-1907852367 | Type: Publication

A new book about “do it yourself” performance, with contributions made by over 30 arts practitioners and collectives. It's a sequel of sorts – or rather; a continuation – to a recent text that platformed a growing community of voices in theatre, art, dance and performance making.

One Morning In May - documentation

Artist/Author: Noëmi Lakmaier | Digital Reference: EF5182 | Type: Digital File

On Monday 28 May 2012, Noëmi Lakmaier undertook a slow and exhausting test of endurance – an attempt to crawl from Toynbee Studios towards ‘The Gherkin’.

Film: Hydar Dewachi. 14:39
 

Schizoproduction: Artistic Research and Performance in the Context of Immanent Capitalism

Artist/Author: Tero Nauha | Reference: P2833 | ISBN: 978-9526670690 | Type: Publication

Written part of a doctoral dissertation, presenting the artistic works (performances, live-art projects and works on video ) and setting them in a larger context. The research presents the transformation that has taken place starting from the industrialism and modernism.

Revolutionary Time and the Avant Garde

Artist/Author: John Roberts | Reference: P2810 | ISBN: 978-1781689134 | Type: Publication

The first book of its kind to look at the legacy of the avant-garde in relation to the deepening crisis of capitalist non-reproduction.

BBC Music John Peel Lecture

Artist/Author: Brian Eno | Reference: A0639 | Type: Article

Brian Eno examines the ecology of culture and seeks to demonstrate how the whole complex of individuals and institutions engaged in culture – artists, broadcasters, gallerists, promoters, DJs, managers, lawyers, fans – are symbiotically connected parts of a single huge organism which we call Culture. Miscellaneous folder #5A.

Enriching Britain: Culture, Creativity and Growth

Artist/Author: Jonothan Neelands, et al. | Reference: P2686 | ISBN: 978-0-9570404-8-9 | Type: Publication

This report brings together the findings of a series of public and private meetings with artists, creative and cultural professionals, economists, business leaders and other stakeholders, backed up by targeted research.

Labour Practices

Artist/Author: Mary Paterson | Digital Reference: EF5096 | Type: Digital File

Documentation of the event as part of the programme of the At Your Service exhibition at The David Roberts Art Foundation looking at the ways in which artists use ideas of service and labour as creative strategies, and considered the ethics of recruiting the labour of others in works of art.

Value, Measure, Sustainability

Artist/Author: Rebecca Gordon-Nesbitt, Common Practice | Reference: A0537 | Type: Article

A guide about the future of the small-scale visual arts sector, outlining economic and social understandings of value, measuring the value of arts organizations and sustainability.

Open Institutions and the Reform of the Cultural System

Artist/Author: Tomislav Medak | Reference: A0502 | Type: Article

On the historical role of cultural institutions in Croatia.

Participating in the Wrong Way?

Artist/Author: Sophie Hope | Reference: P1892 | ISBN: 978-09570282-1-0 | Type: Publication

Practice Based Research into Cultural Democracy and the Commissioning of Art to Effect Social Change.

Beyond experience: culture, consumer & brand

Artist/Author: James H. Gilmore & B. Joseph Pine II | Editor: Tina Mermiri | Reference: P1811 | Type: Publication

On using art to render authenticity in business. Part of the Study Room Guide (P1820).

Trashing Performance, Common, Keynote

Artist/Author: Franco ‘Bifo' Berardi | Reference: D2104 | Type: DVD

Part of the Trashing Performance programme – the second year of Performance Matters – 25-29th October 2011.

The Open University

Artist/Author: Marcia Farquhar | Reference: D2104 | Type: DVD

A functioning outdoor lecture theatre in a roadside refuse skip and ad hoc lecture series on the subject of what is and what is not trash.

Part of the Trashing Performance programme, 25-29th October 2011.

Trashing Performance, Mainstream and Underground, Introduction and Keynote

Artist/Author: Gavin Butt, Neil Bartlett | Reference: D2104 | Type: DVD

Part of the Trashing Performance programme – the second year of Performance Matters – 25-29th October 2011.