Sets of uncollated periodicals enclosed with a Bart Wells Institute original letterhead.
|Editor||Luke Gottelier, Francis Upritchard, Sam Basu, Harry Pye and åbäke|
Discover how animals influenced 20 of the world's most beloved authors, from Charles Dickens to J.K. Rowling.
A broad-ranging survey that explores and celebrates humankind’s ongoing fascination with animals. This carefully curated selection of images, chosen by an international panel of experts, delves into our shared past to tell the story of animal life.
A young girl is abducted and smuggled aboard a boat bound upstream on an Indonesian river, through a landscape scarred by ecological destruction and historical greed. As her captors take her ever deeper into the jungle, her uncertain fate is compounded by the sense of her environment as a place of violence, destruction and jeopardy.
Part of the Library of Performing Rights (P3041)
Presents items from the Ivor Cutler archive to accompany the exhibition Ivor Cutler: Good morning! How are you? Shut up!
Goldsmiths CAA, 1st October – 4 November 2018.
For over five years Harrison documented and recorded information about nearly every aspect of her daily routine, amassing reams of data in the process. But these laborious, demanding and introverted processes took their toll. Something had to give. Ellie had to quit!
Lansley offers unique insight into the processes behind independent choreography and paints a vivid portrait of a rigorous practice that combines dance, performance art, visuals, and a close attention to space and site.
Catalogue for the Kunstsammlungen Chemnitz exhibition Andy Warhol: Death and Disaster, curated by Heiner Bastian. November 2014 – February 2015.
This small publication marks the 20th anniversary year of The Arts Catalyst. It celebrates some of the 120 artists’ projects commissioned over those two decades.
In this collection of humorous illustrations and text, Finley shows us how to make the most of our dysfunctional qualities.
A linguistic/fictional journey into questions of authorship, language and institutional rethoric.
Almost 50 years since the publication of Ono’s conceptual instructions book, Grapefruit, Acorn is a collection of conceptual instructions and dot drawings, originally written for a website event and published here for the first time.