‘As an evolving conference model’ – dialogues
First edition of the anthology consisting of texts written by artists active within the field of dance and choreography in the Nordic countries.
In Nordic languages and English.
Four books published as part of STRONG LANGUAGE, published by Tim Etchells:
M John Harrison: Real Dreams
Courttia Newland: That Small Death
Joolz Denby: Dandelion
Selina Thompson: 12 Race Card Answers
A unique insight into the relationship between Abramovic's biography and artistic work.
Reflects on CAPP (Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme), which took place 2015-2018.
Examines the frustrations and limitations of conventional Western academic research on social change and describes the struggle to fashion a new approach based on the principle that people have a universal right to participate in the production of knowledge that directly affects their lives.
Part of the Library of Performing Rights (LPR) (P3041).
Three drunks in bad wigs and jumble-sale clothes endlessly enact the events surrounding the supposed or imagined death of one of their friends as if, by replaying the events, their truth or otherwise might be revealed.
High quality multi-camera performance documentation recorded at Trent Polytechnic, Nottingham, June 1989, 70 mins. approx.
Collects theoretical dramas written by some of the leading scholars and artists of the contemporary stage. These dialogues, prose poems, and microfictions describe imaginary performance events that explore what might be possible and impossible in the theatre.
Starting with the questions: Does it Work? and How Can We Know? this article explores the effect and affect, or affect, of activist art.
An artist book reinterpreting a range of approaches to thinking and making that Emanuele and Burgoyne enacted through collaboration and collective process. The book evolved from a residency and exhibition at the Centre for Recent Drawing in 2015.
Documentation and reflections on the project that took over three disused shop spaces in Sharrow, Sheffield. Started in 2002, the project continues around the country to this day.
Publication for the Bedfellows event, Late at Tate Britain, 1st April 2016.
The Walking Reading Group is a project that facilitates knowledge exchange in an intimate and dynamic way through discussing texts whilst walking together. The publication contains contributions from Rebecca Beinart, Kit Caless, Faiza Shaheen, Ken Worpole and John Levett.