This exhibition catalogue takes in a large part of the artist's image making practice from 2001-2013. An identifiable persona, The Irishman, was created as a device to explore exilic experience.
Catalogue for the festival exploring the physical, mental and social challenges of life and death and how we survive them (or not), in venues across Brighton & Hove, Manchester and Salford, 2-25 march 2015. Includes performances synopsis, commissioned essays, debates, literarure, films programme and information.
Catalogue of exhibition focused on Vicuña's early paintings and the objects and book-works that she produced in London in the 1970s. With an introductory essay by Dawn Ades.
The five works by Pauline Boudry and Renate Lorenz featured in this publication intervene in time-related discourses and practices. Texts by Mathias Danbolt, Diedrich Diederichsen, Elizabeth Freeman, Denis Pernet, Marc Siegel, conversation with the artists by Andrea Thal.
Program of the 2008 edition of the touring Contemporary Art Festival that took place in eleven cities in the Arab World and in Europe – Minya, Cairo and Rabat, Amman, Beirut, Damascus, Ramallah, Berlin and Brussels. (MP5) presented nearly 200 performances, exhibitions and film screenings during week-long programs hosted by galleries, non-profits and theaters in each city. Bilingual edition in English and Arabic.
Two parts documentation of performance in which the heroine of Vertigo re-stages her own version of Hitchcock’s movie. Presented in the context of the performance platforrm “Fem Fresh” (Sunday 8 June 2014), a collaboration between Queen Mary, University of London and the Live Art Development Agency, featuring presentations and dialogues on, about, and around feminism and age in Live Art.
Catalogue for the festival exploring the physical, mental and social challenges of life and death and how we survive them.
On the occasion of a major exhibition, performance, and film premiere, this book considers Matthew Barney's epic seven-year project, an odyssey of death and its mythologies. The book also includes contributions by Jonathan Bepler, Homi K. Bhabha, Hilton Als, as well as facsimiles of the playbills produced for the related live performances.
Documenting Alain Arias-Misson's 'public poem' projects over the last 45 years. With an essay by Roger D'Hondt
Richard Ashrowan considers the geopoetics of the Anglo/Scots borderline, travelling to several points on the border and beginning a meditation into the meanings that might be revealed within its landscape
Book published to accompany the 2004 exhibition of the same name
Artists included: Giovanni Anselmo, Keith Arnatt, John Baldessari, Joseph Beuys, Alighiero Boetti, Marinus Boezem, Stanley Brouwn, Daniel Buren, Pierpaolo Calzolari, Jan Dibbets, Gino de Dominicis, Ger van Elk, Barry Flanagan, Hamish Fulton, Gilbert and George, Michael Heizer, Wolf Knoebel, Gary Kuehn, Richard Long, Walter de Maria, Mario Merz, Dennis Oppenheim, Klaus Rinke, Ulrich Ruckriem, Reiner Ruthenbeck, Richard Serra, Robert Smithson, Keith Sonnier, Franz Erhard, Walther, Lawrence Weiner, Gilberto Zorio
The book exposes the activity of the OHO Group (1966-1971) and of the movement OHO-Catalogue (1966-1970) in the context of Slovene national culture, Yugoslavian socialistic culture and international youth culture of the late 1960s and early 1970s.
Brings together documentation and text on many of Schneemann's performance works.
A comprehensive selection of Vito Acconci's works, including a DVD of three 20 min videos in which he speaks about his realized and unrealized projects.
This monograph includes both extensive visual documentation from throughout Vito Acconci's career and a wide selection of his writings.
Catalogue from the Rebecca Horn retrospective that opened at the Guggenheim Museum, New York, June 1993. Contributions include interviews and essays by Rebecca Horn, Germano Celant, Nancy Spector, Giuliana Bruno, Katherina Schmidt, Stuart Morgan, Nicholas Serota, Thomas Krens.
An intellectual biography of artist and filmmaker Isaac Julien , looking at key moments in his career and discussing the influences that shaped them. Contributors: Cynthia Rose, Paul Gilroy, Kobena Mercer, B. Ruby Rich, bell hooks, Giuliana Bruno, Christine Van Assche, Laura Mulvey, Stuart Hall.
An overview of Mendieta's work published to accompany Galerie Lelong's exhibition 8 September – 8 October 2011. Photographs, film stills, critical texts and interviews.
A comprehensive bibliography of writings on 'Action Art' in the twentieth century.
A critical exploration of both the effects and affects that the Internet has had on contemporary artistic practices. Contributors: Ed Halter, Basel Abbas, Ruanne Abou-Rhame, Sophia Al-Maria, Sam Ashby, Jeremy Bailey, Stephanie Bailey, Erika Balsom, Zach Blas, James Bridle, Jennifer Chan, Tyler Coburn, Michael Connor, Model Court, Jesse Darling, Brian Droitcour, Constant Dullaart, Gene McHugh, Omar Kholeif, Lucia Pietroiusti, Jon Rafman, James Richards, Basak Senova, Jamin Shovlim, Brad Troemel.
Contains a Blu-ray disc of Henrik Vestergaard Friis' film Zonkels Canon, in which the artist, as alter-ego Zonkel, reconstructs all twelve works of The Danish Cultural Canon for the performing arts.
Drawing on archival materials and in-depth interviews, Mayer's book opens up historical, political and cultural vistas to give a full account of feminist filmmaker Sally Potter's career.
A survey of director Sally Potter's work documenting and exploring her cinematic development.
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.
The Gold Diggers is a key film of early 1980s feminist cinema. Two heroines begin to unravel the truth about the search for gold and the secrets of personal transformation and freedom
A film by Beth B exploring the diversity of the underground burlesque scene in the 21st century with performances from Rose Wood, Julie Atlas Muz, Mat Fraser, Dirty Martini, Bunny Love, Bambi the Mermaid, World Famous *Bob* & Tigger!
John Akomfrah presents an intimate and engaging portrait of Stuart Hall, exploring themes of memory, race and identity through the juxtaposition of events from Hall's life, and a discourse on the wider social and political events of the second half of the twentieth century
Vito Acconci in conversation at Acconci Studio, New York with the Halpern-Rogath Curatorial Seminar at the University of Pennsylvania
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.
Male Trouble explores how Wetern masculinity has increasingly appeared as a troubled gender category in recent times, using a variety of performative case studies. Includes a chapter on work by Ron Athey and Franko B.
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
The work of Sonia Boyce encourages and challenges us to ask what it means to be a black woman artist in a hierarchical art world, and to confront questions surrounding inter-racial relations in a society where cultural identities condense around myths of nationhood.
For over 20 years Marina Abramovic has collected materials from film, dance, theatre, music, rituals and performance. For her lecture at Live Culture she wound through a personal visual archive of performance related materials focused around the performing body, its mental and physical limits.This documentation has since been presented with the permission of the artist as part of the Performance Matters, Performing Idea, Performance Lecture Archive; an interactive video archive housed at the Whitechapel Gallery between 2-9 October 2010. The archive looked at examples of the performance lecture as a form of artistic and critical expression and its potential to address a broad range of cultural issues and philosophical ideas.
DVD created as a collation of the “Party for Freedom” project through documentation of live events, live music concerts, live performances and a large-scale three-screen video installation
posthumous collection of essays, interviews, scripts, cartoons, and fragmentary jottings from the American avant-garde artist and filmmaker
Collection of texts and essays about the life and work of David Wojnarowicz
Video installation by Rodrigo Garcia.