A critical examination of the varieties of multiculturalism and the way they structure difference.
Reframes Live Art practice, adopting the handy neologism gen-age, to describe the intersection of gender and age.
Part of the Library of Performing Rights (P3041).
A lasting trace of and a vehicle for the Working Press, a collective publishing imprint which had the subtitle books by and about Working Class Artists, 1986-1996. The publication highlights some important works by working-class artists while providing a valuable resource for anybody interested in working with archive material.
Leading scholars, artists, and activists examine the role of the arts in articulating the social agendas of urban mega-events like Olympic Games and World Expos.
Made for Out of the Ordinary Places (OOTO Places), an Ideas Test programme working in four areas of North Kent where commissioned artists created projects shaped by people and place. Developed to support more people to get involved in the arts, four new projects took place in Iwade, Sittingbourne, Strood and the Isle of Grain. OOTO Places explores how local residents and artists can co-create new and experimental work that reimagines and challenges perceptions of place and in turn raises wider social and political questions.
One of a series of works looking at people and their relationship with water in an urban setting.
2014, HD video, 31’ 19”
This item is part of the Study Room Guide On Disability and New Artistic Models by Rachel Aaron Williamson (P1529)