LADA is delighted to be setting up a temporary Study Room at DRAWN, a week long exhibition of durational performance art examining place and identity in Folkestone, Kent presented by ]performance s p a c e [ .
]performance s p a c e [ will hand pick a selection of publications from LADA's Study Room looking at specific themes related to the DRAWN exhibition. Materials will be available from 12-6pm for a quick browse or day-long study throughout the exhibition.
The Study Room is the core resource of LADA and is a free, open access research facility located in Hackney Wick, London, which houses one of the largest publicly accessible libraries of Live Art related videos, DVDs and publications in the world.
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