Perform, Experience, Re-Live is a limited edition book exploring how performance art is made and understood in the digital age. Taking inspiration from the BMW Tate Live Performance Events, Room and Talks series, it introduces key ideas in performance today.
Artists, curators and writers including Liu Ding, Tim Etchells, Adrian Heathfield, Suzanne Lacy, Chantal Pontbriand, Claire Tancons and Catherine Wood examine performance from different perspectives, and explore what it can tell us about contemporary life. Readers are also encouraged to perform the book using the accompanying augmented reality app. Available free until January 2018 for IOS here and for Android here.
Designed by Brody Associates.
Preface by Joseph Kendra and introduction by Cecilia Wee with contributions by:
Helen Paris, Tim Etchells, Jen Harvie, Suzanne Lacy, Philip Auslander, Claire Tancons, Liu Ding, Boris Charmatz & Catherine Wood, Adrian Heathfield & Branislava Kuburović, Quarantine, Chantal Pontbriand, Lois Keidan, Defne Ayas and Chris Dercon.
Tate Public Programmes, 2016. 160mm x 230mm, 262 pages, paperback with colour and black and white photographs throughout.
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