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Intellect Live series

 

Intellect Live
- a series of publications on influential artists working at the edges of performance.

Intellect Live is a collaboration between Intellect Books and the Live Art Development Agency. The series is characterized by lavishly illustrated and exquisitely designed books, created through close collaborations between artists and writers, each of which is the first substantial publication dedicated to an artist's work.

Series Editors: Dominic Johnson, Lois Keidan and CJ Mitchell.

Intellect Live (Print) ISSN 2052-0913
Intellect Live (Online) ISSN 2052-0921

The Live Art Development Agency (LADA) offers Resources, Professional Development Initiatives, and Projects & Publishing for the support and development of Live Art artists, audiences and discourses in the UK and internationally. LADA works strategically, in partnership and in consultation with artists and organisations in the cultural sector and is committed to creating the conditions in which diversity, experimentation and risk can thrive.

www.thisisLiveArt.co.uk

The banner below lists the three books we have co-published with LADA and the five titles below are part of the Intellect Live series.

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Title list
Throwing the Body into the Fight
A Portrait of Raimund Hoghe

(Paperback - June 2013)
Edited By: Mary Kate Connolly
Price: £16, $21.50
Pleading in the Blood
The Art and Performances of Ron Athey

(Hardback - July 2013)
Edited By: Dominic Johnson
Price: £25, $35.50
Pleading in the Blood
The Art and Performances of Ron Athey

(Paperback - January 2015)
Edited By: Dominic Johnson
Price: £27, $36
The Only Way Home is Through the Show
Performance Work of Lois Weaver

(Paperback - September 2015)
Edited By: Jen HarvieLois Weaver
Price: £26.50, $35
It's All Allowed
The Performances of Adrian Howells

(Paperback - June 2016)
Edited By: Deirdre HeddonDominic Johnson
Price: £20, $28.50
Kira O'Reilly
Untitled (Bodies)

(Paperback - December 2017)
Edited By: Harriet CurtisMartin Hargreaves
Price: £25, $33
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