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Pleading in the Blood: The Art and Performances of Ron Athey

Author: Ron Athey | Editor: Dominic Johnson | Reference: P2115 | ISBN: 978-1-78320-035-1 | Type: Publication

Pleading in the Blood: The Art and Performances of Ron Athey presents the first critical overview of this major artist’s work. It demonstrates how Athey foresaw and precipitated the central place afforded they body and identity politics in art and critical theory in the 1990s and beyond.

Led/Lead

Author: Julie Tolentino | Reference: D1559 | Type: DVD

The Bottom Project

Author: Julie Tolentino | Reference: D1561 | Type: DVD

Raul n Julio

Author: Julie Tolentino | Reference: D1554 | Type: DVD

Honey

Author: Julie Tolentino | Reference: D1553 | Type: DVD

Eyewitness

Author: Julie Tolentino | Reference: D1557 | Type: DVD

Stringhead

Author: Julie Tolentino | Reference: D1556 | Type: DVD

Durational Slideshow

Author: Julie Tolentino | Reference: D1560 | Type: DVD

Also contains ‘A True Story About Two People’

The Body as Archive: Will to Re-Enact and the Afterlives of Dances

Author: Andre Lepecki | Reference: A0348 | Type: Article

Article printed from online. In black folder in Misc. box.Described by Julie Tolentino:This is the one of a few different articles that contemplates my important lifetime performance work around archive and my reverence and research around the unrelenting impact and importance of the artist-to-artist relationship.IN THE WORKS:I am working to create opportunities for continued development, funding and presentation of THE SKY REMAINS THE SAME and other current touring projects.

Performing Idea: Reciprocal Aesthetics

Author: Julie Tolentino, Ron Athey | Reference: D2104 | Type: DVD

Performance Matters, Performing Idea – Reciprocal Aesthetics 7th October 3:00-7:30pm Toynbee Studios. The participation of the spectator in making the meaning of the work of art has been a staple of art and performance practices long before the recent charged debates on ‘relational aesthetics.' Yet art, however solitary, is arguably always a kind of collaboration and involves itself in some form of exchange. What can be at stake in this exchange? Speakers will examine the notion and limits of the idea that contemporary art and performance is a reciprocal affair. They will ask what gets transacted in contemporary art? What is given and what is taken, what is shared and what cannot be shared? This item is part of the Study Room Guide On shit, piss, blood, sweat and tears by Lois Keidan (P2195)