Documentation of the 12 hour group performance in Kilmainham Gaol, Dublin in May 2016. Part of LADA Screens.
Part of the Library of Performing Rights (P3041).
Programme for a 12-hour live art and video event at Kilmainham Gaol, responding to the iconic historical associations with the 1916 Rising. Curated by Niamh Murphy and Áine Phillips.
The Guide features fourteen individual artists and two artist collectives working in the mediums of Live Art and performance around the topic of the maternal, who have all set out to make performance and/or Live Art work about their particular maternal experience.
Report from the event held on Friday 29 January 2016.
This event gathered an invited group of live art and performance practitioners who are working with/around the maternal in their arts practice. All invited participants were asked to briefly introduce their ‘maternal performance practice’ and reflect on their aesthetics, including their processes and methodologies.
In misc folder 5A.
Publication devoted to the history and contemporary forms of Irish performance art in the north and south of Ireland.
This item is part of the ‘Glimpses of before: 1970s UK Performance Art’ Study Room Guide by Helena Goldwater (P2497)
Performance Space, London 9/2/12, The Void, Derry, 25/2/12, The LAB, Dublin, 10/2/12.
A site-responsive durational performance interrogating the continual haunting power of the Famine in relation to the Republic of Ireland’s recent economic collapse.
On Right Here, Right Now Kilmainham Gaol, November 4, 2010. Find this in the Misc. articles folder 2
Documentation from the three-day digital and live art programme (7-9 December 2007, London) made to induce interaction and provoke debate, and enable the interrogation and creative exploration of formal, aesthetic and affective modes of performing intimacy.
This item is part of Brutal Silences: the Study Room Guide On Live Art In Ireland by Anna Maria Healy and Helena Walsh (P1661) and the Study Room Guide on One to One Performance by Rachel Zerihan (P1320)
A Study Room Guide on eating and dining as explored in performance
Oreet Ashery, Larissa Sansour Ashery, Paul Wolf, Melissa Wolf
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.