News: Tag: Tag: histories

Some thoughts on Arthole and the trustworthiness of friends by Alex Mahon CEO of Channel 4

28 May 2019

Alex Mahon, CEO of Channel 4 talks about her experience of becoming LADA’s second Arthole Award Patron

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Edge of an Era: Archive, announcement of commissioned artists

16 October 2018

The artists have been commissioned to respond to artists and work from a series of seminal performance events which took place in the 1980s

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Future States by Áine Phillips: No.4

1 August 2018

Helena Walsh’ presentation at ‘Border Patrollers’ event on 19 July 2018

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Future States by Áine Phillips: No.3

24 July 2018

What happened at Border Patrollers on 19 July 2018?

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Future States by Áine Phillips: No.2

18 July 2018

The second of a series of blogs charting the development of ‘Future States’ a Live Art project looking at the relationship between Ireland and the UK, especially in the context of a post-Brexit future

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Future States by Áine Phillips: No.1

17 July 2018

A blog charting the development of ‘Future States’ a Live Art project looking at the relationship between Ireland and the UK, especially in the context of a post-Brexit future

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Mishandled Archive

19 April 2018

Tara Fatehi Irani writes on her year-long project, making 365 performance-installations which shared micro-histories from her family archive from Tehran

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Empty Stages, Crowded Flats – Performativity as Curatorial Strategy Review by Beatrix Joyce

7 March 2018

A review of Empty Stages, Crowded Flats – Performativity as Curatorial Strategy by Beatrix Joyce.

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New LADA Patrons: Lois Weaver and Neil Bartlett

29 September 2017

We are very pleased to announce Lois Weaver and Neil Bartlett as new LADA patrons

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Giulia Palladini and Marco Pustianaz – The Making of Our Lexicon

15 June 2017

The editors’ Introduction to Lexicon for an Affective Archive is available as a PDF download

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The Civil Warrior, Interview with Robert Wilson by Rob La Frenais

22 April 2017

Read article from Performance Magazine, Issue 38/39, Dec-Feb 1986

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Desert Phase, Interview with Steve Reich by Steve Rogers

21 April 2017

Read article from Performance Magazine, Issue 38/39 Dec-Feb 1986

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Interview with Joseph Beuys by Lynn MacRitchie

20 April 2017

Read article from Performance Magazine, Issue 25, 1983

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How punk inspired my work in live art By Lois Keidan and Anthony Roberts

13 December 2016

Lois Keidan and Anthony Roberts have written an article for the British Council on the 40th anniversary of punk

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Religious Studies Review – Pleading in the Blood: the Art and Performances of Ron Athey

17 November 2016

Jeremy Biles has written a review for the Religious Studies Review on Pleading in the Blood

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The Roger Ely Experience: Notes On A Polymath, by Lois Keidan

6 October 2016

Lois Keidan presents the following text, in celebration for the life of artist, curator, publisher and teacher Roger Ely

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Glimpses of Before Gallery – 1970s Performance Art in the UK

28 June 2016

New gallery blog containing selected images from our new online Study Room Guide

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Old Dears – Documentation

20 April 2016

A two day programme on the radical, influential and fiercely feminist practices of an older generation of artists who embody the lived realities of feminist histories

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Johanna Went and Mark Wheaton discuss Knifeboxing in 2007

29 March 2016

A conversation between Johanna Went and Mark Wheaton to accompany the screening of ‘Knifeboxing’ on LADA Screens.

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Feminism, Age and Performance

7 January 2016

LADA’s Director Lois Keidan features in Exeunt Magazine this month discussing LADA’s recent ‘Restock, Rethink, Reflect Three project

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Old Dears Review by Geraldine Harris

16 December 2015

A review of Old Dears by Geraldine Harris featured in Drama Queens Review, December 2015.

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Old Dears at Chelsea Theatre – Programme News!

9 November 2015

A panel discussion and open workshop with Claire MacDonald, Liz Aggiss, Judith Knight, Geraldine Pilgrim, Nikki Milican and Anne Bean.

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Ron Athey in conversation with Andrea Pagnes

2 July 2015

LADA are pleased to make exclusively available a conversation between new LADA Patron Ron Athey and the artist Andrea Pagnes

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Performance and Politics in the 1970s – documentation

15 May 2015

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

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Artsadmin and LADA Sweatshop on Documentation

26 February 2015

New Sweatshop on Documentation in collaboration with the Artsadmin, looking at a range of approaches to documenting performative and participatory work

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‘Performance Art in Ireland: A History’ Book Launches

25 February 2015

Launch events in Belfast, London and Dublin for the first book devoted to the history and contemporary forms of Irish performance art in the north and south of Ireland

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Editing Ourselves into History: A Live Art and Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon

16 February 2015

An article related to LADA’s ‘Live Art and Feminism Edit-a-thon” is now available to read on the Contemporary Theatre Review website

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Monica Ross: A Symposium

17 November 2014

Celebrate the life and work of one Monica Ross, one of the most significant feminist artists and distinguished educators of her generation

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Support a new publication on Lois Weaver’s performance work

23 July 2014

We are inviting YOU to contribute and to help us produce the best possible record of Lois’s life and work, featuring as many wonderful and often previously unpublished photographs as we can fit in… elegantly!

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In memory of Monica Ross

22 May 2014

An anniversary recitation of The United Nations Declaration of Human Rights

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re.act.feminism #2 – a performing archive book launch 9 June – save the date

9 April 2014

The re.act.feminism #2 – a performing archive London book launch will be 6pm on Monday 9 June 2014

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Timeline of Performance Art in Ireland

19 March 2014

Áine Phillips is inviting members of the public to help create a timeline of Performance Art in Ireland

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Long Table on Live Art and Feminism with Lois Weaver

10 March 2014

A second Long Table to continue the conversation about feminism and performance

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A Live Art and Feminism Edit-a-thon

10 March 2014

Join LADA and our Restock Rethink Reflect Three collaborator Lois Weaver for a free Wikipedia edit-a-thon on Live Art and Feminism

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LADA Anthologies

10 March 2014

themed collections of performance documentation and works for camera that the Agency has been invited to curate for public programmes in the UK and internationally

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I Wasn’t There

16 January 2014

A new programme of fortnightly screenings of rarely seen documentation, curated by LADA

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Long Table on Feminism Documentation

16 January 2014

Documentation from the event including audio and images.

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Mel Brimfield’s This is Performance Art: Parts One and Two at Camden Arts centre, 22 January 2014

16 December 2013

The first ever double-bill screening of the first two parts of Mel Brimfield’s critically acclaimed multi-part fictional television documentary series. A free event.

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This Is Not a Dream ‘live’ screening

1 November 2013

London screening of ‘This Is Not a Dream’ accompanied live on stage by acclaimed drag fabulist Dickie Beau

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Art of Change Digital Archive

6 September 2013

A specially-created interactive digital archive, produced for the Hayward Gallery’s Art of Change exhibition.

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