TransLab Dialogues was a one-day forum organised by Performance Space, Sydney which took place at CarraigeWorks on 5 November 2009. 2 copies archived.
Begins with Samuel Beckett and considers failure in performance as a hopeful strategy.
Publication documenting the three stages of a collaboration between multiple European theatres. 2007-2008
Video documentation of the work/actions carried out by the theatre/performance group (Academy of Movement) in the public space of the city. The subject covers the group’s highly diverse, interdisciplinary activity in the social environment, including stage shows, gallery presentations, street actions and activities in the various planes of urban space, cultural animation, workshop and publications. Accompanying publication REF. P1167Polish and English.
Text accompanying DVD see REF. D1124, Polish with English translation. A documentation of the work/actions carried out by the theatre/performance group Akademia Ruchu (Academy of Movement) in the public space of the city.
Catalogue published in occasion of the homonymous exhibition. English and French.
A selection of articles & essays which reflect upon the project SwanQuake.SwanQuake is a unique project involving the ongoing making of an interactive artwork comprising 3-D computer graphic environments and motion-capture driven characters created from a variety of materials and methods by an interdisciplinary team gathered together and led by igloo.Authors: Scott deLahunta (editor) Johannes Birringer, Helen Stuckey, Shiralee Saul, Bruno Martelli, Ruth Gibson, John McCormick, Katharine Neil, Alex Jevremovic, Adam Nash, Helen Sloan, Stephen Turk, Marco Gillies, Harry Brenton & David Surman.
In four thematic sections, a group of contributors consider curation in light of interdisciplinary and emerging practices, examine conceptions of curation as intervention and contestation, and explore curation’s potential to act as a reconsideration of conventional museum spaces.
This item is referenced in the Dreams for an Institution Guide (P2313).
During the nineties inter-disciplinary collaborative practice emerged as one of the most significant art form developments of the decade, yet it received negligible critical attention.
This exhibition catalogue explores the material & hidden narratives that inform Stitt’s public demonstrations as an internationally acclaimed performance artist. Including introductions by Nicola Hood and Heike Roms with interviews & texts by Stewart Home, Simon Herbert, Roddy Hunter, Lukasz Guzak & Phil Babot plus an exclusive interview investigating formative work made in Belfast during the late nineteen seventies.