A journey through the history of disability – a history lesson with a difference.
Part of The Library of Performing Rights (P3041).
Documentation from the fully functioning public library housed in a wooden cabinet the size of a small suitcase.
A report on the five-year programme; the story of an undertaking that brought together art and heritage.
Taking her starting point in sources such as the letters of Kierkegaard, Saxo's chronicles of Danish history, and the observations of Tycho Brahe, Abramović has created an immersive total installation that includes a range of rituals, an audio system and specially designed shelves for people.
The Royal Danish Library, Copenhagen, 21 June 2017 – 21 March 2020.
Published to accompany a major exhibition at Tate Britain, this fully illustrated catalogue explores the history of attacks on art in Britain, from the reformation of the sixteenth century to the present day, demonstrating how religious, political, moral and aesthetic controversy can become arenas for assaults on art.
Taking two years of projects and initiatives by Heart of Glass, a national agency for collaborative and social practice based in St Helens, as its starting point, the publication explores the interface between theory and practice.
Drawn from empirical and extensive experience and research, the book provides a curriculum and framework for thinking about the complexity of socially engaged practices. Locating the methodologies of this work in between disciplines, Helguera draws on histories of performance, pedagogy, sociology, ethnography, linguistics, community and public practices.
Part of the Study Room Guide on Live Art and class and cultural privilege. (P3152)
In the summer of 2006, the two artists travelled across the Pennine Way creating a choreographic pathway – a shared journey and celebration of walking as dance and dancer as traveller.
The publication accompanies the exhibition Tie A String Around the World, at The Philippine Pavilion of the Biennale Arte 2015.
This pocketbook includes 50 'tactics' designed to transform the way one look at 'heritage' places and to spur thinking about the way the industry packages these sites. Small pocket-size boon in forder.
A publication chronicling the development of the AGIA (The African Grove Institute for the Arts) Movement spearheaded by noted playwright August Wilson.
Documentation of large scale performance using breeze blocks to build a temporary monument to celebrate Salisbury’s most famous and permanent one. Located and inspired by Salisbury cathedral, the piece involved 25 performers, singers and musicians, the Festival chorus and over 10,000 breeze blocks. The performance itself consisted of a network of proverbial and allegorical narratives which were given an architectural and sculptural form – a version of Breughel’s Netherlandish Proverbs.
An exhibition of proposals and new ideas in response to the De la Warr Pavilion
This CD-Rom is a virtual exhibition and teaching resource showcasing a citizenship project providing young people with a platform to express their views through the arts on issues of multiculturalism.
Catalogue presenting Fluxus stories.
Handbook of recollections and practical exercises exploring the art of walking and its modern uses. This item is referenced in the Making Routes Study Room Guide (P1964).
New Statesman Arts Lecture 2000, Banqueting House, Whitehall, 27 June 2000.
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.
Kira O’Reilly as festival thinker-in residence.
On public art in the YSP.
In Brixton from the late 50s to the present day, Clovis Salmon aka ‘Sam the Wheels’ captures accounts of everyday life, protest and people, offering a lens through which the struggles, sufferance and joys of those times can be seen with an authenticity uncontaminated by a media agenda.
dvd to accompany publication P1274
In Brixton from the late 50s to the present day, Clovis Salmon aka ‘Sam the Wheels’ captures accounts of everyday life, protest and people, offering a lens through which the struggles, sufferance and joys of those times can be seen with an authenticity uncontaminated by a media agenda
dvd which accompanies this publication: D1204
For one week in August 2014, 20 specially commissioned artist performances and programmes created with local residents will be broadcast live from Outlandia, a unique artists' field-station in Glen Nevis, Lochaber, Scotland. With Resonance104.4fm’s mobile studio ‘in residence’, Outlandia will become a portal between Lochaber and the rest of the world, a context in which participants can transmit experience of place to diverse audiences through art, music and performance.