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Revolting Prostitutes: The Fight for Sex Workers’ Rights

Artist/Author: Molly Smith, Juno Mac | Reference: P3723 | ISBN: 978-1786633606 | Type: Publication

Do you have to think that prostitution is good to support sex worker rights? How do sex worker rights fit with feminist and anti-capitalist politics? Is criminalising clients progressive – and can the police deliver justice?
 

FRICTION - International Performance Art Festival 2012

Editor: Eva Bjorkman | Reference: P3403 | ISBN: 978-91-978807-7-0 | Type: Publication

Festival publication; May 31 – June 3 2012. Includes a CD.

Part of the Something Human Study Room Guide on Southeast Asian performance (P3334).

FRICTION - International Performance Art Festival 2010

Editor: Rebecka Wigh Abrahamsson | Reference: P3402 | ISBN: 978-91-978807-1-8 | Type: Publication

Festival publication; June 10 – 13, 2010.

Part of the Something Human Study Room Guide on Southeast Asian performance (P3334).

Dansbaren –The Mob without Flash

Artist/Author: Ingrid Cogne and Marika Hedemyr | Reference: P3157 | Type: Publication

An object consisting of two parts: a publication of articles and transcripts which reflect upon the 15 years of discourse that brought dance and choreographic practice and theory together in Dansbaren; and a tablecloth of topics—a tool for continuing dialogues which invites the reader to lay it on the table, welcome others to the table, and put dance and choreography discussions, literally, on the table. 

Sensible Politics: The Visual Culture of Nongovernmental Activism

Editor: Meg McLagan and Yates McKee | Reference: P2800 | ISBN: 978-1935408246 | Type: Publication

A diverse group of contributors, from art historians, anthropologists, and political theorists to artists, filmmakers, and architects, considers the interaction of politics and the visual in such topics as the political consequences of a photograph taken by an Israeli soldier in a Palestinian house in Ramallah; AIDS activism; images of social suffering in Iran; the “forensic architecture” of claims to truth; and the “Make Poverty History” campaign. Transcending disciplines, they trace a broader image complex whereby politics is brought to visibility through the mediation of specific cultural forms that mix the legal and the visual, the hermeneutic and the technical, the political and the aesthetic.