Restock, Rethink, Reflect (RRR) is an ongoing series mapping and marking underrepresented artists, practices and histories, whilst also supporting future generations. Following RRR projects on Race (2006-08), Disability (2009-12), and Feminism (2013 -15) RRR4 (2016-18) is on Live Art and Cultural Privilege.
The first 18 months of RRR4 involved four artist-led research residencies in LADA’s Study Room looking at the ways in which Live Art has developed new forms of access, knowledge, agency, and inclusion in relation to the disempowered constituencies of the young, the old, the displaced, and the working class and others excluded through social and economic barriers.
Each residency generated a new Study Room Guide and a Toolkit of methodologies, launched in October 2017:
Live Art & Kids – A Study Room Guide by the artist and researcher Sibylle Peters looking at key issues and works in relation to Live Art by, for, and with, children.
Performing Research – A toolkit on how to conduct research projects with kids and adults using Live Art strategies.
My Very First Piece of Live Art – As part of her research Sibylle invited artists to remember what their first Live Art work might have been. See their short films and Sibylle introductory text on the PLAYING UP website.
Know How – A Study Room Guide by the artist and activist Lois Weaver looking at key issues and works in relation to working with older constituencies
Action Recipes – A toolkit of methodologies for working with older constituencies.
The Displaced & Privilege (Live Art in the age of hostility) – A Study Room Guide by the artist and researcher Elena Marchevska looking at key issues and works in relation to displacement and working with the displaced.
Toolkit for Itinerant Artists – Methodologies for working with the displaced.
Let’s Get Classy – A Study Room Guide by the artist and researcher Kelly Green on issues of class and cultural privilege
Ways of Getting Classy – A toolkit of methodologies for working with those excluded through social and economic barriers.
The RRR4 residencies, Study Room Guides and Toolkits are supported by, and form part of LADA’s contribution to, the Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme (CAPP), a transnational programme funded by the European Union focusing on collaborative practices with the aim of engaging new participants and enhancing mobility and exchange for artists.
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