Video and digital documentation of performance. This item is part of the Study Room Guide: The More You Ignore Me The Closer I Get by Robert Pacitti (P1100)
On a crude wooden stage, a group of five performers use a semi-translucent curtain, whisked backwards and forwards to reveal the fragmentary traces of a single apocalyptic night.
This item is part of the Study Room Guide: you may perform a spell against madness by Lone Twin (P0755)
A performance installation challenging the notions of beauty, objectification and the ‘exotic’ in Western culture.
This item is part of the Study Room Guide On Social Engagement and Participation by FrenchMottershead (P1290)
Documetation of the artist’s performance at the ICA, London, 1994. This item is part of the Study Room Guide: The More You Ignore Me The Closer I Get by Robert Pacitti (P1100)
Aunt Bill is an automythography performed as part of 'It's not Unusual', an international season of performance, ICA, London (June, 1994).
Historical review of Fluxee and the finish performance art scene.
Short extract of a performance and video installation of a nightime journey through Berlin from the point of view of the front windscreen of a car. See V0399.
Action art in Berlin’s government district, from Christoph Schlingensief to the Center for Political Beauty.
In misc folder 7.
Part of the Study Room Guide on Live Art and Displacement (P3107).
Art-Mama + Son With Big Bread (Event Photo, 2012), plus poster exhibition pamphlet for Art-Mama At Hospital in Fukushima (2012).
Thirty artists. Thirty encounters. A chain of questions and answers.
A book and a performance.
Performing the City proposes different ways in which the body moves and performs with the city, exploring the capacity of choreographic and performance practices for rehearsing and testing experimental methods for navigating the public realm.
Video documentation of the 2013 production by the same name.
Introduces the reader to Bobby Baker’s latest piece, which was commissioned by the London International Festival of Theatre in 1993.
From the British Live Art: Essays and Documentation issue.
Edited collection on performance practice and analysis that engages with medical and biomedical sciences.
Part of the The Displaced & Privilege: A Study Room Guide on Live Art in the age of hostility (P3107).
This article can be found in miscellaneous article folder number 3This item is referenced in the Making Routes Study Room Guide, catalogue no. P1964.
VIEWING ON PC OR MAC ONLY – NOT DVD READABLE
For DVD copies see: D1459, D1460, D1461. For full programme see P1496
Documentation of the Oxford-based event.