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Not if but when: Culture Beyond Oil is a publication that sets out to discuss oil sponsorship of the arts. The single issue, limited edition publication features artworks in dialogue with the BP Gulf of Mexico catastrophe and articles that set out the compelling arguments for an end to BP and Shell's murky involvement with many of the nation's favourite cultural institutions.
Each copy of this full colour 1000 limited edition will be numbered and daubed with oil from Gulf of Mexico beaches by featured artist Ruppe Koselleck, as part of his ongoing Takeover BP project, in which Koselleck sells artworks to buy shares with the aim of ultimately taking over BP.
Platform, Liberate Tate and Art Not Oil, 2011. 94 pages, full colour, paperback, 23.4 cm x 16 cm.
“Rigorous, vivid, heartfelt, and timely, Brandon Woolf’s Institutional Theatrics tells at least three urgent stories. Most visible is the story of modern and contemporary theater in Berlin, bursting with some of the...
A Lab for Apologies and Forgiveness documents a multifaceted artwork inspired by the bacteria Geobacter sulfurreducens, which reduces radioactive uranium to a non-water-soluble isotope. When I first heard about the bacteria, it...
This book makes a major contribution to the fields of theatre and performance studies, devised performance practice, and practice-based research. The authors provide a treasure-trove of performance exercises that will...