Documentation from the third major survey of British artists working with textiles. Accompanying DVD REF D1007.
|Artist / Author||Various|
|Publisher||Bury St Edmunds Art Gallery|
Images related to the Study Room Guide on Performance in the UK in the 1970 (P2947).
Contains separate folders for each artist + a word document with image credits.
A PhD thesis offering a new account of the emergence of performance forms, including Happenings, participatory art, performance art and performances for the camera, in visual art and related contexts at the ICA.
Documentation of The Subjectivity and Feminisms Research Group's Performance Dinners, in which artists and academics are invited to 'perform' their response to the evening's theme, addressing the relationship between subjectivity and the artwork, particularly in regard to feminist theories. Contributors: Mo Throp, Maria Walsh, Verina Gfader, Georgina Starr, Kate Smith, Leda Papaconstantinou, Monika Oechsler, Katherine Meynell, Despina Meimaroglou, Rebecca Fortnum, Sutapa Biswas, Laura Malacart, Catherine Maffioletti, Claire MacDonald, Dominika Kieruzel, Susan Kelly, Rebecca Hallifax, Lucy Gunning, Fran Cottell, Brian Dawn Chalkley, Jo Bruton, Katie Baker, Gill Addison, Claudia Kappenberg, Celestin Edwards, Maria Walsh, Sarah Tremlett, Ana Laura Lopez de la Torres, Sissu Tarka, Sarah Smith, Lucy Reynolds, Anita Ponton, Susannah Pal, Jo Mitchell, Catherine Maffioletti, Claire Walsh, Marcia Farquhar, Sharon Bennett, Oreet Ashery, Yolande Burgin, Rose Cronin, Elisha Foust, Oriana Fox, Dominika Kieruzel, Elena Loizidou, Kristen Lovelock, Caroline Smith
An exhibition of proposals and new ideas in response to the De la Warr Pavilion
Do you remember it – or weren’t you there? was an exhibition of work by artists and writers whose starting point was live performance. It was curated by Philip Lee and Cally Trench and presented at the London Gallery West, University of Westminster in 2013.
Primarily concerned with the feminist body as a site for making and exhibiting works, this book examines themes that look at the body as material, the body and performance, as well as the alternative creative platforms in 1970s feminist art. Drawing on original material – never-before-seen images from artists' personal collections and commissioned interviews with prominent artists from the period – the book is an invaluable resource for artists, researchers, curators and students interested in recovering this period from the margins of art history.
This item is part of the 'Glimpses of before: 1970s UK Performance Art' Study Room Guide by Helena Goldwater (P2497)
DVD accompanying catalogue for the homonymous touring exhibition organised by Bury St Edmunds Art Gallery, REF P1065. 14 September – 30 October 2004.
Documents the unique & exhilarating performance art project Cardiff Art In Time, affectionately known as the CAT show.
A guide to the groundbreaking yet frequently marginalised practices of artists working in performance art in the UK in the 1070s.