A special edition of the Cooper Gallery periodical: a complexity of perspectives and positions by artists, curators and writers are brought together reflecting on and interrogating the necessarily shifting nature of identity and its other.
A one-off 30 performance produced in relation to Teching Hsieh's Outdoor film. Part of LADA Screens 4.
In his third one-year performance piece, from 26 September 1981 through 26 September 1982, Hsieh spent one year outside, not entering buildings or shelter of any sort, including cars, trains, airplanes, boats, or tents.
This video was part of LADA Screens, and was available online between 12 and 26 October 2015.
An important addition to the current body of scholarly material on contemporary performance and theatre; it provides both a detailed focus on a number of important performance works as well as developing a framework for the interpretation of contemporary performance.
Part of the Library of Performing Rights (P3041).
The “Artists' Book” of the post-war period: a unique collaborative work by four artists associated with various avant-garde art movements, including Fluxus and Nouveau Réalisme.
Develops and encourages you to inhabit — through narratives or spatialized experiences — Deep Maps of places you want to understand in a robust, inclusive, and expansive ways, which is not possible with traditional mapping.
This catalogue explores different artistic strategies, notions and formats for developing performances in public space, using specific sites in Berlin as platforms to “embody” the city. Featured authors/artists: Bettina Wagner, Dovrat Meron, Grasiele Sousa & Lucio Agra, Michaela Muchina, Nathalie Fari, Paula Hildebrandt
O’Rourke explores a series of walking/mapping projects by contemporary artists. This item is part of the Study Room Guide to Remoteness (P2600).
A wide-ranging collection of inventive maps. This item is part of the Study Room Guide to Remoteness (P2600).
This item is referenced in the Making Routes Study Room Guide (P1964).
Myriorama explores position- and motion-tracking at widely different scales: across the city, and inside venues. The widespread availability of accurate position data has triggered a wave of media art and activist works focused on novel cartography; many of these are processed-based or involve public participation.