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)
On the work of disability-led companies.
Shelved in Miscellaneous Journals folder.
Part of Sacred, a season of contemporary performance at the Chelsea Theatre, London, 19 October 2012 – 1 February 2013. No. 3 of 10. For the complete series see Ref. D2069-D2078.
Edited collection on performance practice and analysis that engages with medical and biomedical sciences.
In March 2016 the Hear Me Roar! Festival invited LADA to curate a small selection of items for a Pop-up Study Room during the Festival. Hear Me Roar! is a festival of feminist arts in Lancaster. In 2016 the theme was Ages, Stages and Phases celebrating feminist art across the generations.
Video documentation of the 2013 production by the same name.
Includes 249 performances in the words of their creators and a comprehensive index of the terms used to describe them.
In The Dyas Sisters, you’re met with personal history write large. Richard Gregory asked Grace and Veronica if they would write a book in which they tried to describe everything that has happened in their lifetime, knowing from the outset that this was an impossible task. Every memory suggests another, each new approach to writing illuminates an alternative.
A series on Performance and the Creative Transformation of Conflict, describing peacebuilding performances in regions beset by violence and internal conflicts. The second volume focuses on the transformative power of performance in regions fractured by “subtler” forms of structural violence and social exclusion.
Part of the Study Room Guide on Live Art and Displacement (P3107).