There are lots of guides for artists on how to earn a living from art or how to raise funds to support making it, but few which help us ask what the ethical implications are of the routes we choose.
In this beautifully bound and printed version of the Live Art Development Agency Study Room Guide, Jane Trowell of arts, social justice and environmental group Platform has selected some key texts that we think are useful in helping to position ourselves ethically with regard to financing or supporting artistic practice through business or corporate sponsorship.
All the books or documents featured can be found in the LADA Study Room, according to their individual codes as listed.
Platform, 2013. 44 pages. Paperback, colour images throughout, 21cm x 15cm.
During its impressive career over the last decades the term ‘performative’ has been attributed with many parallel meanings in the humanities, philosophy, arts, or economics. Empty Stages, Crowded Flats applies...
To study an archive or archival materials is to encounter an affective and critical practice involved in the construction of memory. Lexicon for an Affective Archive, edited by Giulia Palladini...
Volume 1 of ‘Praxis’ is an invitation to a conversation. A conversation about community, engagement, collaboration and co-creation. A conversation about art and place and who gets to make art...