A series of five short complimentary films investigating the ways in which inhabitants of five towns across Europe deal with a recent local criminal case that has somehow captured the public imagination.
At a time of increasing awareness through symposiums, writings and critique of ‘political art’, it is time to reclaim and re-assess the terms, unravel where our politics lie and determine how politics are expressed through art and/or art achieves political aims. How do our understandings of political art differ and what are our shared concerns?
Through specific examples, case studies and essays by specialist writers, academics, and a new generation of theatre researchers, this collection of specially commissioned essays looks at current theatre practices across Europe.
Documentation of the Czech festival.
Disk one: 80 minute video. Disk two: flash/html presentation.
Part of the Library of Performing Rights (LPR) (P3041).
Produced from a Live Art exchange between the UK and Poland.
A performance about power and manipulation in the form of a congress.
Historical review of Fluxee and the finish performance art scene.
This Guide explores the notion of border in relation to Live Art and the works of experimental artists that have been addressing issues around physical borders, with a special focus on the current European situation and its multiple crises. The Guide includes a theoretical introduction on the relation between Live Art and social sciences’ border theories; a focus on how practitioners are responding to the current shifting European border landscapes through a series of interviews; and a list of resources on the theoretical notion of border, Live Art, and Europe available in LADA’s Study Room.