Collects scripts, interviews, and commentary to trace the riotous first decade of WOW.
Part of the Library of Performing Rights (LPR) (P3041).
The book explores Weaver's collaborative work with Split Britches and Spiderwoman as well as her solo projects, performance interventions, and work as a facilitator, teacher, and as Tammy WhyNot.
A small selection of study boxes curated by Live Art Development Agency for the Live Collision Festival in Dublin, April 2014. Boxes were based around live art history, disability, activism, bodily functions, race, queer performance.
What are the legitimate concerns of dance today? In its with incarnation, this edition of the what_ Festivals builds on the energy each previous festival has generated in answering that question. Kick-started by Gill Clarke (1954-2011), co-director of Independent Dance, the festivals act on a desire to showcase a new generation of dance artists. Each brings to the foreground artists and ideas that are not always given a visible platform.
Choreography by Stormy Brandenburger, music and sound design by Laka Daisical, Costumes and sets by Annabel Lee
Choreography by Stormy Brandenburger, music and sound design by Laka Daisical, Costumes by Susan Young, sets by Nancy Bardowil.
Choreography by Stormy Brandenburger, Costumes by Susan Young, sets and lighting by Joni Wong. Originally produced for the Velseka Festival, PS122, 1987
Music composed by Laka Daisical and Phil Booth, costumes by Susan Young, sets by Matthew Owen and Nancy Bardowil.
Neil Bartlett, what mainstream?, It's Queer Up North 1992 – 1996: A Catalogue of Queer Performance. This item is part of the Study Room Guide in Search of a Documentology by Marco Pustianaz (P1115)