Published to accompany the first comprehensive overview of Jonathan Meese's work in Germany at the Deichtorhallen, Hamburg in 2006, the exhibition featured 150 paintings, sculptures, photographic works and installations.
Contains a Blu-ray disc of the film in which the artist, as alter-ego Zonkel, reconstructs all twelve works of The Danish Cultural Canon for the performing arts.
The Visual Force is the sixth instalment in the series Collective Histories of Northern Irish Art. Taking Joseph Beuys’ visit to Belfast, in 1974, as a starting point, Sverakova’s exhibition looks at the works of artists across three generations, whose works were in some way landmarks in their field. Featured artists: John Aiken; Vivien Burnside; John Carson; Brian Connolly; Martina Corry; Lynne Davies-Jones; Ciara Finnegan; Adrian Hall; Tony Hill; Ronnie Hughes; Steve Hurst; Sharon Kelly; Fiona Larkin; Alistair MacLennan; Paddy McCann; Moira McIver; Peter Richards; Dan Shipsides; Theo Sims; Una Walker and Charles Walsh.
Based on the work of Timothy Carey, Dead Flowers features new scholarship on this actor and filmmaker’s cultural contributions through the lens of contemporary art. Contributors: Charles Atlas, Alvin Baltrop, Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, Johanna Constantine, Marti Domination, Scott Ewalt, Georg Gatsas, Brandon Olson, Kembra Pfahler, Cynthia Plaster Caster, Tabboo!, Paul Thek, Stephen Arnold, Vaginal Davis, G.B Jones, Andrew Meyer, Edward Owens, Luther Price, Tom Rubnitz, Werner Schroeter, Suzie Silver, Johanna Fateman, Andrew Suggs, Randall Wilcox, Douglas Crimp, Gary Indiana, Romeo Carey, Vassily Bourikas, Antony, Max G. Morton, Doug McClemont, Alexandra Blattler, Bruce LaBruce, Michael Vannoy Adams, Elisabeth Kley, Eileen Myles, Ed Halter, Lia Gangitano.
The first in-depth study of this enigmatic conceptual artist, Bas Jan Ader is a thoughtful reflection on the necessity of the creative act and its inescapable relation to death
Documentation from the ‘MY EARTH STAGLINEC’ International meeting of artists in memory of ‘Antonio G. Lauer’, showcasing performance art work from around Asia. Croatia, 2013. Curated by Sinead O’Donnell. Contributors: Sinead O’ Donnell, Suzana Marjanic, Akiko Sato, Chumpon Apisuk, Chuyia Chia, Lee Wen, Makoto Maruyama, Miyako Narita, Vasan Sitthiket, Vichukorn Tangpaiboon, Tzu-chi-Yeh, Watan Wuma.
2012 exhibition catalogue with critical texts.
Essays on live art in galleries.
This publication tries to reproduce an exhibition that tried to give the summation of a rich and diverse movement
The first comprehensive survey of the artist's work to be presented in Great Britain
Published to coincide with festival in Munchen, 2013.
Exhibition in Brussels October and November 2013.
Collection of images and documentation for Choi Jeong Hwa's first UK solo show in Wolverhampton Art Gallery, 2007. Shelved in Oversize publications section.
Published on the ten year anniversary of Low Profile.
Publication to coincide with 2013 Exhibition in Houston, US.
Published to coincide with exhibition, 2013
This document reflects on and responds to Getting It Out There, a one-day symposium at Lancaster University, 12 May 2012, exploring the future of touring for contemporary theatre and live art.
Exhibition of selected objects from the Cuming Museum collection, including the Lovett Collection of Superstitions. Modern Witchcraft is an exhibition, curated by Juan Bolivar, at the ASC gallery (London) that could also be called ancient and modern.
Do you remember it – or weren’t you there? was an exhibition of work by artists and writers whose starting point was live performance. It was curated by Philip Lee and Cally Trench and presented at the London Gallery West, University of Westminster in 2013.
How do artists and curators imagine the audience in their work? How do they weave a picture of the individual viewer’s mental, physical, and emotional experience into the production of art events and what impact do these conceptions have on the finished artworks or exhibitions? Which new perspectives are useful in explaining the changes that have occurred in the art field and the concomitant new viewing positions? These are some of the questions that are the basis for Imagining the Audience.
Text in Swedish and English.
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.
Explosion! Painting as Action encompasses an array of approaches to looking at the borderland between painting and performance, covering a whole range of playful experiments to aggressive risk-taking. Published on the occasion of the exhibition of the same name at Moderna Museet, Stockholm, in 2012.
Bilingual festival catalogue/pamphlet featuring performances, installations, films, workshops and discussions from the 18th International City of Women festival (on ageing), Slovenia.
Nought to Sixty was a six-month programme of exhibitions and events at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, held to celebrate the organisation’s sixtieth anniversary. It presented sixty projects from artists, artists’ groups and commentators from the emerging art scenes in Britain and Ireland, including a large number of week-long exhibitions, but also performances, gigs, screenings, talks, publications, off-site projects and social events. This book is a record of an extraordinary six months.
A Bigger Splash: Painting After Performance takes a new look at the dynamic relationship between performance and painting from 1950 to the present day. Published on the occasion of the exhibition of the same title at the Tate Modern, 14 November 2012 – 1 April 2013.
Catalogue published on the occasion of the exhibition of the same name at the Serpentine Gallery, London, 29 September – 8 November 2009.
Catalogue published on the occasion of the exhibitions: High Temperature. Art and Climate, and Weather Report. Art and Climate Change, 2012-2013.
Documents the group’s work across this six-year period. In addition to many video edits that have not been seen before, each video has an alternative audio track featuring interviews by Mel Jordan, Ilana Mitchell, Daniel Oliver, Stuart Tait, Sally O’Reilly and John McGrath. In these interviews members of Reactor (past and present) discuss each project, or aspects of the groups practice that impacted on a project in a particular way.
The catalogue ifrom The Abramović Method exhibition in Milan 2012
The catalogue ifrom The Abramovic Method exhibition in Milan 2012
Archive of Boris Nielsony works and live art in Germany from the 1990s. Shelved in Oversize publications section.
On the work of Kate Gilmore. This article can be found in the miscellaneous articles 3 binder.
Hybrid Narratives curated by Levent Calikoglu at the Akbank Art Center, Istanbul, 5th September – 20th October 2007, artists included: Isil Egrikavuk, Harold Offeh, Irfan Onurmen, Denizhan Ozer.
Estate – The Ian Hinchcliffe Retrospective took place between 30 October and 22 November 1998
This item is part of the ‘Glimpses of before: 1970s UK Performance Art’ Study Room Guide by Helena Goldwater (P2497)