Analysing socially engaged practice

Artworks

 Annenkov, L.1920 The Storming of The Winter Palace Performance. Russia (1920)

Deller, J.The Battle Of Orgreave  a live re-enactment for Artangel media and Channel 4. (2001)

Gabie, N Canteen and Cabot Circus Cantata as part of a residency with insight arts for Bristol Alliance. Bristol (2001).

Tiravanija, R untitled free (1992 – 1997) 303 Gallery, New York.

Tiravanija, R Unititled Tommorow Is Another Day Kolnischer Kunstvereinmm in Cologne, Germany. (1996)

Jerram, L. Play me, I’m Yours touring internationally in partnership with local council authority. (2008 – present)

Monkman, K. and Wexler, T.Congregation in partnership with Scan and British Council  (2010)

Books

Bishop, C. ed.,2006 Participation: Documents of Contemporary Art Cambridge, The MIT press.

Bourriaud , Nicholas.2002. Relational Aesthetics. les presses du reel

Dezeuze, A. ed 2010 The ‘Do It Yourself’ Artwork: participation from fluxus to new media Manchester University Press.

Dickson.M. ed,.1995 Art With People: Artists Handbooks AN: artist information publication.

Kester, G.H. 2004. Conversation Pieces: a community and communication in modern art. London: University of California Press LTD

Tusa, J. 2007. Engaged with the Arts: writings from the frontline’ London I.B. Tauris.

Articles

Bishop, C .2004. Antagonism and Relational Aesthetics. October 110 pp.50 – 80

Bishop C: 2006, ‘The Social Turn: Collaboration and Its Discontents’, Artforum, February 2006, pp. 178-185

Breton, A. and Witkovsky ,M.S “Artificial Hells. Inauguration of the ‘1921 Dada Season OCTOBER 105, Summer 2003, pp. 137–144.

Correia, A. 2006 ‘Interpreting Jeremy Deller’s The Battle of Orgreave’ Visual Culture in Britain vol 7, number 2, PP.93 – 112.

Deak, F. 1975Russian Mass Spectacles. The Drama Review: TDR . Vol 19, no 2, political theatre issue (June 1975), pp 7-22. MIT press

Jenkinson, M. 2001 of Dellar, J. scene from The Battle of Orgreave Commissioned and produced by Artangel.

Kester, G.H. 2006, ‘Another Turn’ Artforum.May 2006, pp 22

Kester, G.H. 2002, ’Dialogical Aesthetics’ Socially engaged art forum Variant Supplement

Wilson, M. 2007, ‘Autonomy, Agonism and Activist art: An Interview with Grant Kester’ Artjournal Vol.66, no.3, Sep 2007

Online Sources

 

Annenkov, L. 1920 The Red Stage in the storming of the winter palace (electronic print) available at (http://homepages.tesco.net/~theatre/tezzaland/webstuff/storming.html) accessed on 14/02/2011.

 

Bishop, C. and Groys, B.2009. ‘Bring the Noise’: Claire Bishop and Boris Groys on Futurism’ Tate etc, online (http://www.tate.org.uk/tateetc/issue16/futurism1.htm) accessed on 02/11/10.

Buni, C. 2009 Play Me I’m Yours Sao Paulo, Brazil. Available online (http://www.streetpianos.com/highlights) on 03/02/2011.

Drama, Agit . 2001.’Agit Drama’ early 20th Century Russian Drama Online(http://max.mmlc.northwestern.edu/~mdenner/Drama/plays/agit/agit1.html) accessed on 18/01/2011

Gabie, N.2001 Canteen – Cabot Circus, Bristol (Bristol Alliance) available online (http://www.insitearts.com/artists/Neville%20Gabie/) accessed on 09/02/2011.

Helliwell, P. 2007. ‘Exodus’ MetaMute Magazine online (http://www.metamute.org/en/exodus) accessed on 10/11/10.

Monkman, K. and Wexler, T. 2010.Congregation Rockbound Art Museum, Shanghai, China. Available online (http://www.kma.co.uk/work/congregation/) accessed on 10/02/2011.

Roche, J. 2006. ‘Socially Engaged Art, Critics and Discontents: An Interview with Claire Bishop’ Community arts network online (http://www.communityarts.net/readingroom/archivefiles/2006/07/socially_engage.php) accessed on 08/11/10.

Tiravanija, R.2007 The Opening Of Rirkrit Tiravanija’s untitled 1992 (free) at David Zwirner Gallery, New York. Available online (http://www.artnet.com/magazineus/features/saltz/saltz5-15-07.asp) accessed on 07/02/2011.

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