Lansley offers unique insight into the processes behind independent choreography and paints a vivid portrait of a rigorous practice that combines dance, performance art, visuals, and a close attention to space and site.
Lucy R. Lippard documents the chaotic network of ideas that has been labeled conceptual art. The book is arranged as an annotated chronology into which is woven a rich collection of original documents–including texts by and taped discussions among and with the artists involved.
A 150 page reader for students and other particularly interested audience members stuffed full of texts, scripts, interviews and concept documents.
Artists pranksters such as Timothy Leary, Abbie Hoffman, Monte Cazazza, Jello Biafra, Earth First!, Joe Coleman, Karen Finley, John Waters and Henry Rollins challenge the sovereign authority of words, images and behavioral convention.
A reference guide to the philosophy and interests of a flexible alliance of the following deviant international artists.
A book of interviews with Brion Gysin, by Terry Wilson
Catalogue of the exhibition September 30-December 10 2010 curated by Pilar Topkins Rivas
Contains essays and interviews by late leading art critic Stuart Morgan with a foreward by Thomas McEvilley
This item is part of the 'Glimpses of before: 1970s UK Performance Art' Study Room Guide by Helena Goldwater (P2497)
Poses questions over the nature of action, identity and the self in the relationship with media forms.
Charts the rise of London’s club scene from Punk in the late 1970s to the New Romantics in the 1980s.
A history of feminist art from the 1960s.
Workers includes dialogues with artists and curators working in and with institutions including Charles Avery, Bureau d’etudes, Cosey Fanni Tutti, French Riviera, Christina Holka, SW!PE, Jack Tan and Harry Watton by students from the MA Curating Contemporary Art (Inspire) Programme at the Royal College of Art.
Edition no. 7 of the Visual Arts Magazine
A compendium of source material and contextual essays that examine Pina Bausch’s history and the development of Tanztheater as a new form.
Writings around the incorporation of pedagogy into art and curatorial practice.
In Portuguese and English. Reflects upon a current issue in the field of contemporary culture and art.
Short films and visuals. Accompanied by booklet/catalogue.
Ai Weiwei, edited and translated by Lee Ambrozy, Ai Weiwei’s Blog, 2006-2009. This book offers a collection of Ai’s online writings translated into English – the most complete, public documentation of the original Chinese blog available in any language.
Undertakes the impossible: pinning down this peripatetic curator, attempting to map his psychogeography so that silences may be transcribed.
This item is part of the Study Room Guide to Remoteness (P2600).
This item is part of the Study Room Guide On (W)Reading Performance Writing by Rachel Lois Clapham (P1433) and the Study Room Guide in Search of a Documentology by Marco Pustianaz (P1115)
Cookie Mueller (1949-1989) was a firecracker, a cult figure, a wild child, a writer, a go-go dancer, a mother and a queer icon. A child of suburban 1950s Maryland, she made her name first as an actress in the films of John Waters, and then as an art critic and columnist, a writer of hilarious stories and a maven of New York's downtown art world. Edgewise, by Berlin-based actress and writer Chloé Griffin, tells the story of Cookie's life through an oral history composed of more than 80 interviews with the people who knew her.