pani 1+2 documents and contextualises activities of Bbeyond performance art organisation from 2001 to 2008, also covering two exchanges with Québec and Helsinki.
The publication features documentation images, a selection of interviews with Alastair MacLennan, Richard Martel, Boris Nieslony, Marilyn Arsem, Irma Optimist and Elvira Santamaria as well as essays and responses written by Mark Ward, Chrissie Caldman, Colm Clarke, Dan Shipsides and Will Pollard
Bbeyond, 2015. 30 x 18.5 cm, 167 pages, paperback with colour photos throughout.
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pani 3 documents and contextualises the I AM/Jestem event alongside the other contingent activities of Bbeyond in 2008/09.
The publication features documentation images with descriptions on I AM/Jestem and Operation Ambassadors with Wladyslaw Kazmierczak and Ewa Rybska. There are a selection of essays written by Dr Slavka Sverakova, Dr Christa-Maria Lerm Hayes, Dr Justin McKeown and Brian McAvera. There is also a featured interview with Wladyslaw Kazmierczak by Brian Connolly and Brian Patterson. It documents the emergence of the Performance Monthly in Belfast and explores Bbeyond’s work with the Dublin Performance Collective and Cavan Arts Festival.
Bbeyond, 2010. 30 x 18.5 cm, 167 pages, paperback with colour photos throughout.
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In Place of Passing documents and contextualises the IN PLACE OF PASSING event by Bbeyond performance art organisation and Interface Centre for Research in Art, Technologies and Design, University of Ulster, Belfast in 2005.
The publication features artists Elvira Santamaria, Myriam Laplante, Roi Vaara, Esther Ferrer, Boris Nieslony, Artur Tajber, Zygmunt Piotrowski and Kurt Johannessen with essays by om lekha, Mark Ward, Julie Bacon, Kerstin Mey, Brian Connolly and Brian Patterson. Documentation images are featured throughout.
Bbeyond, 2007. 23.3 x 17 cm, 159 pages, paperback with colour photos throughout.
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