An argument for both spiritual and political revolution, the book proposes the content of a religion that can survive faith in a transcendent God and in life after death.
Draws on recent debates about sexuality, race, and affect to examine how matter that is considered insensate, immobile, or deathly animates cultural lives.
Examining a range of performances from the 1960s to the present, as well as protest actions from the lunch counter sit-ins of the US civil rights movement to protest camps in the twenty-first century, this book provides a formal account of endurance and illuminates its ethical and political significance.
Explores a wide spectrum of seemingly unconnected subjects, which, when brought together, offer a more inclusive, expansive history of bioart, namely: home economics; the feminist art of the 1970s; tissue culture methodologies; domestic computing; and contemporary artistic engagements with biotechnology.
This publication sets out to make Mendieta's figure more public in order to secure her rightful place in the chronicle of contemporary art.
Five DVDs from five different members of the public participating in Brian Lobel’s Carpe Minuta Prima performance.
Exploration of art from the position of the producer, who does not ask what it looks like or where it comes from, but why it exists in the first place.
An account of Bobby Baker's career by Adrian Heathfield, Marina Warner, Geraldine Harris, Helen Iball, Elaine Aston, Roy Foster, Michelle Barrett, Griselda Pollock, (Inc. info on Central St Martins, 'How to Live', 'Diary Drawings'). This item is part of the Study Room Guide in Search of a Documentology by Marco Pustianaz (P1115)
This item is part of the 'Glimpses of before: 1970s UK Performance Art' Study Room Guide by Helena Goldwater (P2497)