Essays on the concept of total theatre, which emerged from the Bauhaus as a new aesthetic of stage design and presentation.
Third publication for the research project exploring physical and emotional relationships to work, focused on the process, findings and analysis of an 18 month long investigation into the physical and emotional affects of complaining, receiving complaints and not being able to complain in the context of work.
Published alongside an exhibition at the Peltz Gallery (6 February – 3 March 2016).
A clear-eyed critique of collegiate jurisprudence, in the era of campus corporatization, “less-lethal” weaponry, ubiquitous rape discourse, and litigious anxiety.
A compendium of source material and contextual essays that examine Pina Bausch’s history and the development of Tanztheater as a new form.
This article can be found in the Miscellaneous Articles 3 BinderTraining for exploitation? Towards an alternative curriculum is for use by students, teachers and cultural workers to address free and precarious labour in the arts,.
This publication was written amid the action by UK students against the government cuts, and was intended to reflect on the possibility of new creative forms of action in the current movements. UK, students, funding cuts, education, creative response, direct action, politics, protest. This item is referenced in the Dreams for an Institution Guide (P2313).
Editor Karen Raney. The articles in this issue ask questions such as; what do artists have to offer young people in projects brokered by galleries or other art organisations? Which artists choose this sort of work, and how does it relate to the rest of their practice? What kind of meditation is required in different contexts? Artists and others contributing to the issue look at the tension between being both artist and teacher, and which roles tend to be valued above others.
Richard Layzell collaboration with the Mead Gallery encourages students young and old to infiltrate, disrupt and question the instutions they're in. Based at Warwick University
Reveals an experimental process of how drawing and kickboxing come together artistically and philosophically. Accompanying Book: P1935
Reveals an experimental process of how drawing and kickboxing come together artistically and philosophically. Accompanying DVD with publication: D1893