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Links recommended

Moving image works or performance events/research documentation.

Teachers resource on live art and profiling the performance project in Greenwich Royal Park, London 2005.

Documentation from the Intimacy as Event workshop, performance-experiment and chaired discussion. 2008

  • Project profile a full summary which includes workshop leaders introduction
  • Moving-image recordings of the performance-experiment and of the chaired discussion
  • Discussion transcript an article documenting the chaired discussion and with short extracts from relevant texts.

Presentations from the Artist Review Series events. 2006-07

Documentation from weekly live art practice sessions Images. 2004-05

Culture Machine e-journal
Online journal 'generating culture and theory'
Electronic Freedom Foundation - 'defense and protection of civil liberties in the networked world'
Collapse - 'an independent, non-affiliated Journal of Philosophical Research and Development'
Gutenberg - more than '17,000 free books in the Project Gutenberg'
Institute of Science in Society
I-SIS - 'social responsibility and sustainable approaches in science. A major part of our work is to promote critical public understanding of science and to engage both scientists and the public in open debate and discussion'
Interactive Architecture dot Org
'Interactive Architecture dot Org explorers emerging practices within architecture that aim to merge digital technologies & virtual spaces with tangible and physical spatial experiences. Instead of defining a fixed architectural product it is an architecture in constant flux best suited to protyping and semi-perminant installations'
New Exhibitions
Current UK listings and map - includes main and small galleries
Experimental radio station run by the London Musicians' Collective
'Free encyclopedia that anyone can edit'
'UbuWeb is a completely independent resource dedicated to all strains of the avant-garde, ethnopoetics, and outsider arts'