Focusing upon the production of post-punk art, film, music, and publishing, this book offers new perspectives on an overlooked period of cultural activity, and probes the lessons that might be learnt from history for artists and musicians working under 21st century conditions of austerity.
A feminist investigation into the marginalization of women within western discourse that denies female moral agency and embodiment.
Part of Live Art and Motherhood: A Study Room Guide on Live Art and the Maternal (P3025).
Critically engaging with examples of stage combat, rape, terrorism, wrestling and historical re-enactments, Nevitt argues that studying violence through theatre can be part of a desire to create a more peaceful world.
Includes The Wollstonecraft Live Experience! programmes and materials, two programmes for the Stoke Newington Literary Festival, and a list of publications.
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’.
Part of a series of law packs intended to address questions about legal limits related to free expression and the arts.
Forward by Dominic Johnson.
This collection of essays explores contemporary manifestations of extraterritoriality and the diverse ways in which the concept has been put to use in various disciplines.
Published on the fifth anniversary of the BP Deepwater Horizon disaster, Artwash is an intervention into the unsavoury role of the Big Oil company’s sponsorship of the arts in Britain.
This book presents a theory of audience participation in the theatre, based on the importance of the moment of invitation and how an event changes character when such an invitation is made.
Birthmark – a live unsanctioned performance was performed in the 1840s gallery of 'A BP Walk Through British Art' at Tate Britain on the 28th November, 2015, the start of the Paris climate talks.
The first major book on the more than 20-year history of Beaconsfield, an important artists association in London founded by two trained painters David Crawforth and Naomi Siderfin.
Taking Dublin and Chicago as two contemporary urban sites for exploration, The MA in Socially Engaged Art (Further, Adult and Community Education) at the National College of Art and Design (Dublin) have partnered with Stockyard Institute (Chicago) to explore the physical, geographic and social fabric of the two cities.
Publication documenting “The Other Dinner”, an experimental and interactive dinner that investigates the meat culture of the past, the present and the future.
Take The Money And Run? was an event about ethics, funding and art that took place at Toynbee Studios, London on January 29, 2015 – a day of presentations and discussion hosted by three organisations, Live Art Development Agency, Artsadmin, Home Live Art and produced in collaboration with Platform. This is Mary Paterson commissioned written response to the event.
A talk on corporate social responsibility, crowdfunding and ethical fundraising delivered as part of Money Talks, an artists' discussion event held at Toynbee Studios on 29th October 2013. The event was support by Artsadmin, Live Art Development Agency and Home Live Art as part of their Arts Council England funded Catalyst programme. test
A talk on corporate social responsibility, crowdfunding and ethical fundraising delivered as part of Money Talks, an artists' discussion event held at Toynbee Studios on 29th October 2013. The event was support by Artsadmin, Live Art Development Agency and Home Live Art as part of their Arts Council England funded Catalyst programme.
Artist Scottee shares his experiences of crowd-funding for his project 'Liam Gallagher is My Grandad’. This talk was part of Money Talks, an artists' discussion event held at Toynbee Studios on 18th September 2014. The event was support by Artsadmin, Live Art Development Agency and Home Live Art as part of their Arts Council England funded Catalyst programme.
Sam Davis, Development Manger from Cause4, discusses sponsorship and how his organisation works with businesses. This talk was part of Money Talks, an artists' discussion event held at Toynbee Studios on 18th September 2014. The event was support by Artsadmin, Live Art Development Agency and Home Live Art as part of their Arts Council England funded Catalyst programme.
CJ Mitchell, Co-Director of the Live Art Development Agency, discusses the organisations two most recent crowdfunding campaigns for new publications from artists Ron Athey and Lois Weaver. This talk was part of Money Talks, an artists' discussion event held at Toynbee Studios on 18th September 2014. The event was support by Artsadmin, Live Art Development Agency and Home Live Art as part of their Arts Council.
Special issue on time. The essays and artist pages assembled here are re-articulations of work presented at PSI 19: Performance and Temporality (25-30 June 2013).
This publication explores the growing ethical consciousness within the artistic community, as it relates to art’s production and distribution mechanisms.
Examined Life explores the way we see the world and philosophy’s ability to influence it
Remember Saro-Wiwa is a coalition of organisations and individuals initiated and co-ordinated by PLATFORM. Pack includes press reviews, articles and promotional material, and a DVD ‘Refining Memory’ by Andrew Conio and Judy Price
Part of the Anna Birch collection ‘Fragments to Monuments’, 1 x book, 3 x DVDs
Collection/selection of past works since 2000. Images, power point presentation, CV, biographic statement, review of market stall performance in Toronto by Natalie Loveless as part of International Festival of Performance. Power point presentation of images from 'In Place of Passing' project initiated by Conolly and facilitated by Beyond Etc.
Part of the Anna Birch collection ‘Fragments to Monuments’, 1 x book, 3 x DVDs
Part of the Anna Birch collection ‘Fragments to Monuments’, 1 x book, 3 x DVDs. Includes DVD
In a context of collapsing certainties about Europe’s economic and political system, the resurgence of actions towards collective responsibility-making, the timing of this book is perfect. Czarnecki springs open trapdoors back into childhood imagination and causes us to look again at how we address issues of human responsibility to each other and to the world which we hold in common. This is art that responds to the often white-coated ‘cleanliness’ of scientific research.
In response to the torture inflicted by the Chicago Police from 1972 to 1992, and as part of The Chicago Torture Justice Memorial Project, Lucky Pierre is creating 1000 actions for Chicago torture justice. As of 5 October 2012, Lucky Pierre has generated 100 actions for Chicago torture justice documented in this booklet.
A presentation in response to an invitation to speak for 15 minutes on Art, Activism and Feminism in the 1970s at '347 minutes… a Conference' at Conway Hall, London, 24.3.2000, held in conjunction with the Whitechapel Exhibition 'Live in Your Head' January – March 2000. Miscellaneous articles, folder 4.
Found in miscellaneous article folder #5A
This item is part of the 'Glimpses of before: 1970s UK Performance Art' Study Room Guide by Helena Goldwater (P2497)
Calls for full disclosure of corporate involvement in cultural events and examines how corporations, art institutions, and foundations are reshaping the cultural terrain. In turn, he also shows how that ground is destabilized by artists subverting these same institutions to create a heightened awareness of critical alternative
This publication is referenced in the Platform Study Room Guide (P1820)
Engages critical dance studies, philosophy, performance studies, cultural and post-colonial studies to propose new and creative dialogues between these disciplines.
A compilation of personal stories that the artist had told in his performances over the previous decade.
Stages an encounter between performance and philosophy to investigate notions of the event, ephemerality and democracy that have perpetually marked the engagement of thought and the theatrical.
This article is referenced in the Platform Study Room Guide (P1820) and can be found in the Miscellaneous Articles 4 Binder.
Exploration of art from the position of the producer, who does not ask what it looks like or where it comes from, but why it exists in the first place.
Brings together classic texts that help to define culture as a tool of resistance.
Confronts the effects of modernism on society and proposes a remedy based on a redefinition of our art and culture.
Part manifesto and part reference guide: brings together ten grassroots groups and dozens of artists and activists from around the world.
Europe and the Middle East
uman rights and ethics
There are lots of guides for artists on how to earn a living from art or how to raise funds to support making it, but few which help us ask what the ethical implications are of the routes we choose. In this Study Room Guide, arts, social justice and environmental group Platform has selected some key texts that they think are useful in helping to position yourself ethically with regard to financing or supporting artistic practice through business or corporate sponsorship.
Arts sponsorship in Europe against the background of developments in America. Ethics. Policy.
Part of the Platform Study Room Guide (P1820)
On using art to render authenticity in business. Part of the Study Room Guide (P1820).
Archive of the work by the art activist collective exploring the role of creative intervention in social change