This title explores and surveys the current state of Scottish Live Art, paying particular attention to the crossover between visual and performance histories. This publication accompanies a year-long programme of events of the same name throughout 2007 at intermedia gallery.
Contibutors: Markus T. Andresson, Ruth Barker, John Calcutt, Anita Clark, Neil Davidson, Dee Heddon, Hlynur Helgason, Nikki Millican, Dan Monks, Karena Nomi, Mary Paterson, Deborah Richardson-Webb, Amy Smith, Pernille Spence and Ryan Weber.
Tramway, Glasgow, 2008, 68 pages, black and white and colour images throughout, 17cm x 24cm. DVD-PAL, 30 minutes.
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