Golden Book 6: Performance Club; The Syllabus
The sixth in the Golden Book series and essential reading for Performance Clubs #4, #5 and #6.
Golden Book 5: From Specular to Speculative; Intimate Encounters @ Uterine Concert Hall
The fifth in the Golden Book series features Dayna McLeod’s performance, Intimate Karaoke Live at Uterine Concert Hall and features 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.
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: Dangling That 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.