Golden Book 5: Intimate Karaoke, Live at Uterine Concert Hall
The fifth in the Golden Book series features Dayna McLeod’s performance, Intimate Karaoke Live at Uterine Concert Hall, with an essay written by Alanna Thain.
Alain-Martin Richard: Performances, Manoeuvres and Other Hypotheses for Disappearing
Dive into the unique creative journey of artist Alain-Martin Richard with the launch of an impressive new bilingual monograph. This book provides a comprehensive picture of Richard’s career and practice, from his theatrical experiments of the 1970s to his global “manoeuvres” in the 2000s.
Golden Book 4: x for staying here with us now
Golden Book 4 by Sherri Hay features text and interviews about their 2018 performance, x for staying here with us now.
Golden Book 6: Performance Club; The Syllabus
The sixth in the Golden Book series and essential reading for Performance Clubs #4, #5 and #6.
9Questions, an artist project by Gustaf Broms
For Broms, these nine are the essential questions. The responses collected are as diverse and wide-ranging as the artists and their own approaches, from the practical, to the abstract to the simply far-flung, in addition to some reassuring and surprising overlapping ideas and connections.
MONOMYTHS Perpetual Calendar
This 14-month perpetual calendar features a main image from each artist project in the MONOMYTHS series.
Golden Book 3: Pulse
Your Morse Code guidebook to accompany MC Coble’s 10-day protest performance, PULSE.
Golden Book 2: Duorama
Second in the Golden Book series is special edition four-part book by Paul Couillard and Ed Johnson, documenting their collaborative performance series, Duorama.
Golden Book 1: Film; Rope
Essay by Andrew James Paterson about Film: Rope, a performance by Francesco Gagliardi presented at Images Festival 2013.
From Ironic to Iconic: The Performance Works of Tanya Mars
Anthology of Tanya Mars’ body of work, published in 2009, featuring essays, photos, and DVD with video documentation.
Vigilantes: The Dream of Reason
Vigilantes, by Tania Bruguera and produced in conjunction with the Time Zones residency, is a small book reminiscent of a group of plane tickets in a travel folder that documents a series of liminal performances for unsuspecting audience members.