Exhibition catalogue. Hayward Gallery, 12 June – 8 September 2019
Part of the Library of Performing Rights (P3041).
Calls out to freedom in the capitalist commons, within the cultural production of the high street.
Part of Library of Performing Rights (P3041).
Includes instructions from more than 35 artists' walks along with a section that features the insights and philosophy of Elastic City Founder who spent 14 years presenting and refining walks. The section, titled 'Creating Your Own Walk,' covers conceptual, narrative and logistical concerns, how to encourage participation and how to best promote this work.
Catalogue which accompanies films exploring the social, political and psychological dimensions of women's experience in contemporary Islamic societies.
Part of Library of Performing Rights (P3041)
A selection of articles from the seventies, eighties, nineties, and the year 2000. The result is a fascinating chronicle and invaluable record of a turbulent period that gives an overview and survey of British art and its reception over the past thirty years which is wholly unprecedented in its scope.
A polemical thinking-through of the whole concept of theatre as a ‘space’, and a politically motivated exploration of how, and where, that theatrical space meets the real world that surrounds and suffuses it.
Reversing the common understanding of annotation as a posterior act of adding information to already existing sources, this article argues that annotation also serves as a pre-performance procedure facilitating artistic creation.
Includes The Wollstonecraft Live Experience! programmes and materials, two programmes for the Stoke Newington Literary Festival, and a list of publications.
The book examines the creative processes of eight theatre companies making devising-based performances: The People Show, Station House Opera, Shunt, The Red Room, Faulty Optic Theatre of Animation, theatre O, Gecko and Third Angel.
The third issue of the French-American magazine of creation and reflexion is devoted to performance art.
Bilingual (English / French); texts in German and Spanish.
The interview aruges for visibility of Reedy as a force of innovation where she is wrongly, and yet expectedly, absent from mainstram cultural institutions.
The Future Show is both a performance and an on-going project. It is a piece that tells the story of a one person's future, starting from the end of a performance and going until the end of her life.
This book explores the hedgerow from many different angles, through many different art-forms and with many different collaborators. Includes writing by Lucy Cash, Maddy Costa, Mary Paterson, Rajni Shah, Sue Palmer. Illustrations by Mel Sheppard. Pocket-size book in large folder.
The five works by Pauline Boudry and Renate Lorenz featured in this publication intervene in time-related discourses and practices. Texts by Mathias Danbolt, Diedrich Diederichsen, Elizabeth Freeman, Denis Pernet, Marc Siegel, conversation with the artists by Andrea Thal.
From 1972-1991, Eleanor Antin created multiple personae of different genders, races, professions, historical contexts and geographical locations. This book, issued in conjunction with a 2013 exhibition at the Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery, explores these works
Richard Ashrowan considers the geopoetics of the Anglo/Scots borderline, travelling to several points on the border and beginning a meditation into the meanings that might be revealed within its landscape
Documenting Alain Arias-Misson's 'public poem' projects over the last 45 years. With an essay by Roger D'Hondt
A book of interviews with Brion Gysin, by Terry Wilson
A collection of essays on the installation and performance work of Cuban artist Tania Bruguera. Contributors: Domenico Scudero, Lucrezia Cippitelli, Irma Arestizabal, Roberto Pinto, Simonetta Lux
Contains essays and interviews by late leading art critic Stuart Morgan with a foreward by Thomas McEvilley
This item is part of the 'Glimpses of before: 1970s UK Performance Art' Study Room Guide by Helena Goldwater (P2497)
Catalogue of the exhibition September 30-December 10 2010 curated by Pilar Topkins Rivas
Exploring the life and works of Guy de Cointet who explored language through performance and visual art.
Brings together documentation and text on many of Schneemann's performance works.
This monograph includes both extensive visual documentation from throughout Vito Acconci's career and a wide selection of his writings.
Accompanies the 2014 retrospective of Vlasta Delimar's work at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb.
Catalogue from the Rebecca Horn retrospective that opened at the Guggenheim Museum, New York, June 1993. Contributions include interviews and essays by Rebecca Horn, Germano Celant, Nancy Spector, Giuliana Bruno, Katherina Schmidt, Stuart Morgan, Nicholas Serota, Thomas Krens.
How 1960s African American artists and many of their sympathetic peers addressed the struggle for racial justice in powerful works of art is examined across a pivotal decade.
Charts the rise of London’s club scene from Punk in the late 1970s to the New Romantics in the 1980s.
Comprehensive overview of the life and work of Bruce Nauman.
A critical exploration of both the effects and affects that the Internet has had on contemporary artistic practices. Contributors: Ed Halter, Basel Abbas, Ruanne Abou-Rhame, Sophia Al-Maria, Sam Ashby, Jeremy Bailey, Stephanie Bailey, Erika Balsom, Zach Blas, James Bridle, Jennifer Chan, Tyler Coburn, Michael Connor, Model Court, Jesse Darling, Brian Droitcour, Constant Dullaart, Gene McHugh, Omar Kholeif, Lucia Pietroiusti, Jon Rafman, James Richards, Basak Senova, Jamin Shovlim, Brad Troemel.
Texts, documents, illustrations, photographs and commentaries regarding TOPY, the most influential magikal commune of the 80s and 90s. Contributors: Carl Abrahamsson, Jason Louv, Malik, Coyote 37, Jean-Pierre Turmel, Chloe, Hilmar orn Himarsson, The Abominable TV Snowman, Eden 211, Eden, Andi Brechen, sexuality, sex, Coyote Two, Simon Woodgate, Jay Kinney, Brother Words, Lady Jaye Breyer P-Orridge, Desmond Hill
David Wojnarowicz explores memory, the longing for love and sexuality in the specter of AIDS. Cartoons, paintings and writings.
Diaries of the artist David Wojnarowicz, capturing the emotional, sexual and political chaos of modern urban life.
Selected writings of French surrealist Georges Bataille.
In this collection of humorous illustrations and text, Finley shows us how to make the most of our dysfunctional qualities.
An overview of Yingmei Duan's performance and installation work since 1995.
Documentation of The Subjectivity and Feminisms Research Group's Performance Dinners, in which artists and academics are invited to 'perform' their response to the evening's theme, addressing the relationship between subjectivity and the artwork, particularly in regard to feminist theories. Contributors: Mo Throp, Maria Walsh, Verina Gfader, Georgina Starr, Kate Smith, Leda Papaconstantinou, Monika Oechsler, Katherine Meynell, Despina Meimaroglou, Rebecca Fortnum, Sutapa Biswas, Laura Malacart, Catherine Maffioletti, Claire MacDonald, Dominika Kieruzel, Susan Kelly, Rebecca Hallifax, Lucy Gunning, Fran Cottell, Brian Dawn Chalkley, Jo Bruton, Katie Baker, Gill Addison, Claudia Kappenberg, Celestin Edwards, Maria Walsh, Sarah Tremlett, Ana Laura Lopez de la Torres, Sissu Tarka, Sarah Smith, Lucy Reynolds, Anita Ponton, Susannah Pal, Jo Mitchell, Catherine Maffioletti, Claire Walsh, Marcia Farquhar, Sharon Bennett, Oreet Ashery, Yolande Burgin, Rose Cronin, Elisha Foust, Oriana Fox, Dominika Kieruzel, Elena Loizidou, Kristen Lovelock, Caroline Smith
A collection of prose by Frank Moore, covering from the late 1970s until the artist's death in 2013.
A collection of texts by several seminal women performance artists. Holly Hughes – 'World Without End'; Beatrice Roth – 'The Father'; Laurie Anderson – from 'United States'; Karen Finley – 'The Constant State of Desire'; Rachel Rosenthal – 'My Brazil'; Laurie Carlos, Jessica Hagedorn, Robbie McCauley – 'Teenytown'; Leeny Sack – 'The Survivor and the Translator'; Lenora Champagne – 'Getting Over Tom'; Fiona Templeton – 'Strange to Relate'.
Documents created by Open Dialogues at SHOW TiME no.3.
An interactive research model for creative practices.
Archive and production footage 2011. This item can be found in the locked glass cabinet.