This item is part of the 'Glimpses of before: 1970s UK Performance Art' Study Room Guide by Helena Goldwater (P2497)
Examines fandom as a set of practices for approaching and writing about art.
Includes: Pride (poem), Alter treego (poem), Fat Kid Manifesto (poem, extract from Fat Kid Running), Daring the City to Fall into it (poems + a short story), No guilt in Pleasure (zine)
On Tino Sehgal’s Ann Lee and the robotisation of the ageing body.
Second edition of the artwork exploring the potential of Live Art to bridge generations.
A graphic novel adaptation of the performance Splat! by The Famous.
Brings together the work of acclaimed blogger, writer, political activist and lecturer, covering the period 2004 – 2016.
Published in association with the Baltimore Museum of Art. Exhibition catalogue. Exhibition dates / The Baltimore Museum of Art: October 7, 2018-January 6, 2019 Wexner Center for the Arts: February 2-April 28, 2019
The very best of the worst stuffed animals are brought together in one full-colour volume; with additional features including a DIY 'Stuff Your Own Mouse' lesson, and an author's introduction to the craze for getting stuffed.
Examines the significance of the transgender body and presents a series of case studies focused on the meanings of masculinity in its dominant and alternative forms – especially female and trans-masculinities as they exist within subcultures, and are appropriated within mainstream culture.
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.
Draws together revised writings alongside new journeyings from the A Year In The Country project, which has undertaken a set of year-long journeys through spectral fields; cyclical explorations of an otherly pastoralism, the outer reaches of folk culture and the spectres of hauntology. It is a wandering amongst subculture that draws from the undergrowth of the land.
What is it this time? Oh, is it unemployment? Is there a crisis? Did the government do something wrong again? No, it’s a show about Dolly Parton.