The More You Ignore Me The Closer You Get: A Study Room Guide on socially engaged practice

Notes

Robert Pacitti’s Study Room Guide addresses socially and politically engaged performances that seek to question and transform the institutions of power.

Artist / Author Robert Pacitti
Publisher Live Art Development Agency
Reference P1100
Date 2008
Type Publication

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