Vanishing Points

Ed. Salome Wagaine

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In light of the ongoing and urgent change of circumstances across the arts, culture and entertainment industries, the print run for Vanishing Points will now be distributed on a pay-what-you-can basis in order to support a discretionary fund for artists and arts workers of colour working in Live Art. All proceeds from the sales will go to towards the fund and the process will be managed by the Diverse Actions Project Managers and Steering Group.

A free version of Vanishing Points is available digitally. Anyone who chooses to make a £5/£10/£15/£20/£25 donation to the discretionary fund will receive a physical copy of the publication.

Any questions about the discretionary fund should be addressed to Afreena Islam (afreena.islam@junction.co.uk) of Diverse Actions.

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The choreography of racism is not one of constant motion – Season Butler

Vanishing Points is a new anthology of cultural criticism, focusing on the making, watching and conditions of Live Art and performance in the UK today. Vanishing Points is edited by Salome Wagaine, with deputy editors Ava Wong Davies and Ben Kulvichit, and designed by Chani Wisdom.

The book features contributions from Ava Wong Davies, Zarina Muhammad, Ben Kulvichit, Season Butler, Jack Tan, Salome Wagaine, Marjorie H Morgan, Rajni Shah, Selina Thompson and Dr Cecilia Wee.

It is co-published by LADA and Diverse Actions, a Live Art UK initiative, championing cultural diversity in the sector and marks the final point of three years of activity. Supported by an Arts Council England Ambition for Excellence grant, Diverse Actions is managed by Cambridge Junction on behalf of Live Art UK.

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Co-published in 2020 by the Live Art Development Agency and Diverse Actions. ISBN 978-1-9164243-8-8 58 pages, illustrations throughout.

 

 



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