Part of an ongoing series of a-n Collections. Find article in misc. folder 2
Audio of the artist in discussion with Jospeh Morgan Scholfield. Event held on 13 February 2020.
A trilogy of hybrid art films of collaborative performances in epic locations around the world. Included the three films (Performances at the End of the World, Performances at the Holy Centre, Performances at the Core of the Looking-Glass) and a text about the project.
Documents a series of site-specific performances which took place at fallen Sound Mirrors along the southeast coast of England in the summer of 2019.
Analyses the artist’s oeuvre in the contexts of liveness, visual art and participatory practices.
Delves into themes as wide-ranging yet interconnected as beauty, performativity, activism, and police brutality. Collectively, they attest to how trans people are frequently offered “doors”—entrances to visibility and recognition—that are actually “traps,” accommodating trans bodies and communities only insofar as they cooperate with dominant norms.
Part of the Library of Performing Rights (P3041).
Documents a series of site-specific performances by bonelli, which took place at fallen Sound Mirrors along the southeast coast of England in the summer of 2019.
Anthology of scores, scripts, instructions, diagrams and documentation of art works that are meant to be heard.
The first book of the women’s liberation movement to put forth a feminist theory of politics.
Proposes that performance is not a genre of art separate from object making but rather an attitude that has infiltrated the entire terrain of contemporary art.
After the leading organisations of radical sexual politics imploded or dissolved, the Gay Left Collective formed a research group to make sense of the changing terrain of sexuality and politics. Its goal was to formulate a rigorous Marxist analysis of sexual oppression, while linking the struggle against homophobia with a wider array of struggles, all under the banner of socialism.
Tells the incredible story of the emerging radicalism of the Gay Liberation Front, providing a vivid history of the movement, as well as the new ideas and practices it gave rise to across the United Kingdom.
A selection of articles from the seventies, eighties, nineties, and the year 2000. The result is a fascinating chronicle and invaluable record of a turbulent period that gives an overview and survey of British art and its reception over the past thirty years which is wholly unprecedented in its scope.