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Orchestra of Anxiety

Artist/Author: Manu Luksch and Mukul Patel | Reference: D1653 | Type: DVD

A collection of instruments that deploy security and surveillance technologies in unusual and playful contexts, prompting visitors to reflect on their personal sense of security and their relationship with public fears (of petty crime, terrorism, etc.). The first instrument to be built is a steel harp with strings of razor wire, which requires the harpist to wear protective gauntlets to play it.

Loving Big Brother

Artist/Author: John E McGrath | Reference: P0477 | ISBN: 0-415-27538-5 | Type: Publication

Looks at a wide range of performance and visual artists, at popular TV shows and movies, and at our day-to-day encounters with surveillance, rooting its arguments in an accessible reading of cultural theory.

Embedded Art - Art in the Name of Security

Editor: Olaf Arndt, Moritz von Rappard, Janneke Schönenbach, Cecilia Wee | Reference: P1198 | ISBN: 978-3-941560-09-3 | Type: Publication

Catalogue is accompanying the homonymous exhibition. 24 January – 22 March 2009.

Cleanskins - POPP.021

Artist/Author: Stevie Deas | Reference: P1104 | Type: Publication

Booklet of abstract drawings to ‘record’ the the route of the Number 30 bus.

Performing Rights Collection - London - A Gallery of Utopias

Artist/Author: Lisa Wesley and Andrew Blackwood | Reference: D0558 | Type: DVD

Artists imagine different ways of seeing the places and spaces around us.

This item is part of the Study Room Guide On shit, piss, blood, sweat and tears by Lois Keidan (P2195)

Part of the Library of Performing Rights (LPR) (P3041).

The Terrorist Scenario and the Theatre of Terrorism

Artist/Author: Jure Stojan | Reference: A0114 | Type: Article

Part of the Performing Action, Performing Thinking edition.

In Slovenian and English.

Part of the Library of Performing Rights (LPR) (P3041).

International 2002

Editor: Lewis Biggs | Reference: P0322 | ISBN: 0 9536761 4 5 | Type: Publication

Biennial publication: explores the city as a cultural context, proposing a model for connection between art of internationally recognised quality and a particular place and context. Around 80% of the artworks were commissioned or completed especially for the exhibition.