The Disabled Avant-Garde (aka DAG) is a satirical organisation formed by the artists Katherine Araniello and Aaron Williamson. They create video and performance art to cause confusion and provoke debate by subverting society's perceptions and expectations of disabled people.
The DAG follow the social model of disability and their work fits the category of 'crip humour', being both pitch-black and self-knowing.
The 17 short films on this DVD cover a six year period between 2006 and 2012 and are made up of performances for camera, and documentation of live performances including invited commissions and uninvited interventions.
With a mixture of intellect, humour, and striking design, Joshua Sofaer: Performance | Objects | Participation analyses the artist’s oeuvre in the contexts of liveness, visual art and participatory practices. Joshua Sofaer works across boundaries, borders...
Purchase both volumes of PRAXIS together and save £7! Praxis Volume One is an invitation to a conversation. A conversation about community, engagement, collaboration and co-creation. A conversation about art and place...