演 出 者：sean burn, The Disabled
Avant-Garde, Invalid Film Crew等
:from the Medieval to the 21st century
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Produced by DASH (Disability Arts in Shropshire) in collaboration with
the Live Art Development Agency, M21 brought together the history of
this small Shropshire town with the politics of Live Art through
specially commissioned performances by sean burn, The Disabled
Avant-Garde, Invalid Film Crew, Noemi Lakmaier, Simon Mckeown, Alan
McLean, Tanya Raabe, The Wandering Jew and Ann Whitehurst.
This publication includes the featured artists’ writings and images,
commissioned essays by Diana Damian and Emma Geliot and a DVD of films
by the Invalid Film Crew from Croatia, created both as part of M21 and
as documentation of M21.
"This beautifully designed pack of films, essays and artists’ images is
both a reflection on, and an invaluable extension of, M21’s radical
intervention into rural life. I would thoroughly recommend it to
any one interested in art, performance art and/or disability art.
Another excellent, and valuable, LADA Publication."
Dr Paul A. Darke, Outside Centre
“In combination, the essays and DVD leave the performances intangible,
an idea. As such, M21: From the Medieval to the 21st Century highlights
the immediate and temporary nature of Live Art. One of the main assets
of this release is its date: it was published by the end of 2012, and
thus can build on a memory of the Cultural Olympiad that is still
fresh. Rather than trying to recapture fully one of the spectacular
Unlimited commissions, it provides alternative points of view, extends
the artworks and creates new art. As such, it does not predominantly
offer reflection on the Unlimited commissions, but puts the focus on an
expansion of the work.”
Contemporary Theatre Review, 2013