Exploring theater works created for, by, and with refugees, this hybrid collection of essays combines newly commissioned scholarly work with examples of writing by refugees themselves.
Part of the Study Room Guide on Live Art and Displacement (P3107).
In 1987, Paul Bright, a rebellious young Scottish director set out to stage James Hogg's cult novel Confessions of a Justified Sinner in a series of radical productions across Scotland. In 2010, Untitled Projects began work with the actor George Anton to assemble an archive and exhibition of this almost-forgotten feat of theatre.
Includes the pieces: Hoke’s Bluff, Slap Talk, Watch Me Fall, A Western, Frontman and Extraordinary Rendition.
First screened at Performing Idea, October 2010, as part of the Performance Matters programme. Accompanied a transcript.
Vlasta Delimar, Suzana Brezovec, Mirta Jurilj, Milan Bozic, Sven Medvesek, Lorelei. DVD documentation and catalogue of works,
From publication ‘The National Review of Live Art 1979-2010 a Personal HIstory’ (essays, anecdotes, drawings, and images), edited by Dee Heddon and Jennie Klein, March 2010.
Each card has a photographic image on one side, and textual documentation on the reverse. The pages are not bound and can be read/viewed in any order, at the choosing of the reader.
three accounts by three artists of one project – a series of performances and walks in Southend-on-Sea (AKA Southend-on- River) that took place in September 2009.