Crossovers – DVD series launch
Hackney Attic, London
Thursday 23 January 2014 at 7.30pm
Free, no booking needed
A special event to launch all the DVDs in the Crossovers series. The evening includes discussions with Adrian Heathfield, Gavin Butt, Mel Brimfield, Oreet Ashery and Ben Walters, and a creative response to the series from Jennifer Doyle, Professor of English at University of California, Riverside and currently Fulbright Distinguished Chair at Chelsea College of Art.
Gavin Butt and Ben Walters’ This Is Not a Dream.
Mel Brimfield’s This is Performance Art: Parts One and Two.
Watch the trailers:
The Crossovers DVD series is produced and published by Performance Matters, a collaboration between Goldsmiths, University of London, University of Roehampton, and the Live Art Development Agency, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. Crossovers is supported by Follow on Funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council.
An online book launch and discussion marking the publication of the 6th issue of NS*, “Final Transmission: Performance Art and AIDS in Los Angeles”.Read more
An online Valentine’s Day launch of A Good Love Story by Sibylle PetersRead more
LADA is delighted to present the online screening of Walking Home, Alisa Oleva’s first film, created in the context of Performistanbul’s residency programme for performance artists on theme of ‘home’.Read more
A screening of BREADROCK, I feel like doing this a film by artist collective Fourthland (Isik Sayarer and Eva Knutsdotter) and artist and filmmaker Rosalind Fowler, originally created alongside a sculptural installation for PEER.Read more
An online event to celebrate the launch of artist and writer Tara Fatehi Irani’s new book Mishandled Archive, published by LADA. Be ready for some dressing up and shaking shoulders.Read more
led by Joon Lynn Goh An open conversation with performingbordersLIVE20 artists and writers in residence (Àníké Bello, Jade Foster, Istanbul Queer Art Collective, Jade Montserrat and The White Pube). Not fully emergent from the global pandemic, what have we as individuals, and the respective communities that we are part of, learnt about time? Sunday 25 October, 2.30pm-4pmRead more