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Over There. A Queer Anthology of Joy

Author: Richard Porter (ed.)
Title: Over Threre. A Queer Anthology of Rage
Publisher: Pilot Press
Subject: Artists' Writings, Zines
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Anthology number two asks what is joy? Is joy possible in the world today? If so, how do queer people imagine or experience it? Over 30 writers, artists and performers consider queer joy with contributors including Eileen Myles, Wayne Koestenbaum, Hilton Als, AA Bronson, Timothy Thornton, Sophie Robinson, Eley Williams and Honey Dijon.

16.00 EUR

A Queer Anthology of Rage

Author: Richard Porter (ed.)
Title: A Queer Anthology of Rage
Publisher: Pilot Press
Subject: Artists' Writings, Zines
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The final anthology in the trilogy looks at rage with contributors including AA Bronson, Christeene, Sarah Schulman, Olivia Laing, Paul Lee, Chris Kraus, Paul P. and G.B. Jones, John Maybury, David Rattray, FAG MOB, and many more.

18.00 EUR

Talker #2. Kate Valk

Authors: Kate Valk; Giles Bailey (ed.)
Title: The Talker #2
Publisher: self-published / Giles Bailey / Talker
Subject: Periodicals & Reprints, Essays & Non-fiction
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It features a conversation with performer Kate Valk. As a founding member of experimental theatre company the Wooster Group, she has contributed to some of the most vital and exploratory live work of the past three decades. This interview took place in October 2016 as her first directorial contribution to the company Early Shaker Spirituals was being performed at the Pompidou Centre. 

TALKER is an interview zine about performance produced by artist Giles Bailey.

6.00 EUR

Talker #4. Sue Tompkins

Authors: Sue Tompkins; Giles Bailey (ed.)
Title: The Talker #4
Publisher: self-published / Giles Bailey / Talker
Subject: Periodicals & Reprints, Essays & Non-fiction
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Tompkins is based in Glasgow and at the heart of her practice is a unique treatment of language. This finds form as typed works on paper, installations, paintings and live performances.

The interview focuses on how the performances are made and the situations in which they are experienced. We speak about movement, migraines, parenthood and a desire not to leave the visual world.

TALKER is an interview zine about performance produced by artist Giles Bailey.

6.00 EUR

Talker #1. Ian White

Authors: Ian White; Giles Bailey (ed.)
Title: The Talker #1
Publisher: self-published / Giles Bailey / Talker
Subject: Periodicals & Reprints, Essays & Non-fiction
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Issue #1 features a conversation with artist, writer and curator of film , Ian White. The interview took place in January 2012 and focuses on Ian’s live work — from early experimental collaborations to his landmark solo trilogy Ibiza Black Flags Democracy and hybrid curatorial projects.

TALKER is an interview zine about performance produced by artist Giles Bailey.

Each issue features a long-form interview with a performance-maker and is produced as an extension of my own work with the aim of opening up discourse around live practices.

6.00 EUR

Talker #5. Kathy Acker and Spalding Gray

Authors: Kathy Acker, Spalding Gray; Giles Bailey (ed.)
Title: The Talker #5
Publisher: self-published / Giles Bailey / Talker
Subject: Periodicals & Reprints, Essays & Non-fiction
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This is Issue #5. It is a transcript of an event hosted by the writer Kathy Acker at the ICA, London in February 1987 in which the performer Spalding Gray discussed his work.

A founding member of the Wooster Group, Spalding Gray gained fame for his autobiographical monologue performances. At the time of this conversation, he had just completed filming Jonathan Demme’s movie adaptation of his work Swimming to Cambodia, a performance in which he describes experiences surrounding a trip to Southeast Asia to play a small role in the film The Killing Fields (1984). In this dialogue with Acker, Gray focuses on the process of developing work and compares his experience of writing with making live performance.

TALKER is an interview zine about performance produced by artist Giles Bailey. 

6.00 EUR