We are pleased to host the launch event for AGENCY, A Partial History of Live Art, a new book edited by Theron Schmidt, and Tiny Live Art (Development Agency) – 20 works for 20 years, limited edition artworks by Robert Daniels.
The event will include presentations by Theron Schmidt, Robert Daniels and other artists and writers who have contributed to these anniversary projects including Tim Etchells, Franko B, Oreet Ashery, Martin O’Brien, Anne Bean and Alan Read.
The event is also the first in a series of initiatives celebrating LADA’s 20th anniversary in 2019.
In 2019, LADA is marking its 20th Anniversary and we are celebrating with a series of initiatives throughout the year including a publication, Agency, A Partial History of Live Art (edited by Theron Schmidt and co-published with Intellect Books); a series of 20 limited edition artworks Tiny Live Art (Development Agency) by Robert Daniels; a radio series on Live Art histories and futures for Resonance FM; a box set of 20 postcards representing key LADA projects and initiatives; and a series of free events here at our home at The Garrett Centre – Live Art on the page, the stage and the screen.
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Tiny Live Art (Development Agency) – Bobby Baker, Drawing On A Mother’s Experience
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