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The catalogue is a limited edition Box Set that represents the unique spirit of the NRLA festival, as well as the diversity of its programme over the past 30 years. 70 contributors each offer their own perspective on and history of the longest-running Live Art festival in the world.
Celebrating 30 years of remarkable live arts practice, the anniversary catalogue contains:
3 specially produced DVDs, capturing 3 decades of work shown at the NRLA; comprehensive interviews with Artistic Director, Nikki Milican, telling the story of the founding of the NRLA, its early years, and its subsequent developments; newly commissioned essays by significant international artists and producers which reflect on the place of the NRLA in their own careers and on the international live art scene in general; anecdotal reflections which bring to life the distinctive energy - the liveness - of the NRLA; 'Off the Radar' - contributions from artists who once played a key role in the NRLA, but who have not been at the NRLA since its early years; a published 'archive' which lists, year by year, all the artists, works and events that have been programmed by the NRLA since its inception.
This is the first time this information has been gathered in one place. At a glance, it is possible to see not only how the NRLA has developed, but the hundreds of artists, from around the world, who have appeared at the festival; and reproduction of all the front covers of the NRLA programmes and poster campaigns.
New Moves International, 2010, Black boxed set comprising: 1979-2010 a personal history, 136 pages, colour and black and white images throughout. Archive 1979-2010, 40 pages, colour and black and white images throughout and 3-disc DVD-PAL series, all 21 cm x 29.7 cm.
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