Selections from five years of the London Artists film and video awards 200-2005
Explores how video art addresses the interplay between external reality and internal states of mind. Exhibition catalogue; Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, January – August 2002.
Twenty-five leading artist duos and collectives give insight into how and why to work collaboratively.
Spring 2016. Guest editor: Chris Fite-Wassilak.
Includes: Art and Protest by Nina Power, Richard Cork on Conceptual Art in Britain: 1964-1979, Liz Jobey on Performing for the Camera, Robert Macfarlane on British Landscape.
Documentation of a day of screenings, conversations and presentations which explore, recover and communicate the history of performance art in London and the UK in the 1970s. The day includes a screening of William Raban’s film 72-82 (a history of art and performance at Acme Gallery, London), followed by a panel discussion with William Raban (Professor of Film at London College of Communication), and special guests; a conversation with Hilary Westlake and David Gale (Lumiere & Son); lectures by Naseem Khan, Anne Bean, and Marcia Farquhar; with a keynote by the historian Carolyn Steedman (Emeritus Professor of History, University of Warwick).
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.
Contemporary women artists.
What are the legitimate concerns of dance today? In its with incarnation, this edition of the what_ Festivals builds on the energy each previous festival has generated in answering that question. Kick-started by Gill Clarke (1954-2011), co-director of Independent Dance, the festivals act on a desire to showcase a new generation of dance artists. Each brings to the foreground artists and ideas that are not always given a visible platform.
Posits the `social’ notion of art practice and attempts to challenge the idea of the artist engaged in a `singular’ dialogue.
Limited edition DVD featuring 23 landmark films commissioned through the groundbreaking AnimateTV project.
Box archive of Anne Bean’s Legacy Project TAPS: Improvisations with Paul Burwell co-curated by Robin Klassnik and Richard Wilson.