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A Year of Publications

Alexandrina Hemsley & Jamila Johnson-Small, ‘O’ a contemporary struggle. Image: Katarzyna Perlak and Phoebe Collings-James

Thursday November 14, 2013

at the White Building, Queens Yard, Hackney Wick, London.

free, no booking required


In 2013, the Live Art Development Agency has published or co-published fourteen books and DVDs. We invite you to join us to celebrate these publications, including: major new books by or about Ron Athey, Tim Etchells and Raimund Hoghe; the second edition of Programme Notes and the Live Art Almanac Volume 3; co-publications with artists, including Alexandrina Hemsley & Jamila Johnson-Small, Rajni Shah Projects and Forest Fringe; I See a Fake Moon Rising, edited and compiled by Maddy Costa, co-published by In Between Time and Live Art UK; and new publication partnerships with Intellect and Oberon Books.

This event also launches a series of new Agency on-demand DVDs by Wrights & Sites, The Gluts and Jordan McKenzie, and will include screenings and other presentations.

The Agency’s shop, Unbound, will be open for business with holiday discounts available, and drinks will be served.

Banner image credit:

Alexandrina Hemsley & Jamila Johnson-Small, ‘O’ a contemporary struggle. Image: Katarzyna Perlak and Phoebe Collings-James


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