Corpo Politico – The Political Body

Notes

A series of Talking Heads from UK-based Live Artists exploring their motivation for making work and sharing some of their documentation. A special screening programme curated by Andrew Mitchelson (Live Art Development Agency) for Corpo-Copia, a documentation and tracesspace within the Political Compositions Programme of the Panorama Festival 2011.

Editor Andrew Mitchelson
Reference D1976
Date 2011
Type DVD

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