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Anne Bean: Self Etc. — book launch

20/10/2018
Anne Bean: Self Etc. — book launch
Thursday 15 November 2018, 6.30pm
The Swedenborg Society, 20-21 Bloomsbury Way, London, WC1A 2TH
Private event, attendance by invitation

Please RSVP by November 1st to rsvp@thisisliveart.co.uk

Complementary drinks will be served, presentations will be given, and the book will be available to purchase.

Anne Bean is a noted international figure who has been working actively since the 1960s. The art of Anne Bean makes strange our sense of time, memory, language, the body, and identity, particularly through solo and collaborative performances along a vital continuum between art and life.
The first substantial survey of its kind, Anne Bean: Self Etc. brings together documentation of her performances, drawings, videos, installations, and sculptures, as well as writings, interviews and visual essays by the artist. A series of commissioned critical essays show her to be a prolific maker of acts, objects, and multiple ‘selves’.
This book, edited by AICA member Rob La Frenais, includes extensive visual documentation of Bean’s performances, essays by and interviews with Anne Bean, Guy Brett, Dominic Johnson, Poshya Kakl, Rob La Frenais, Lynn MacRitchie, Ezra Rubenstein, and Richard Wilson, and a series of new visual essays by the artist. The book is designed by David Caines.
Lavishly illustrated and including previously unseen images, Anne Bean: Self Etc. explores and expands the nature, form and contexts that artistic collaboration can take.
This publication is the sixth in the Intellect Live book series. Intellect Live is a collaboration between Intellect Books and the Live Art Development Agency. The series is characterized by lavishly illustrated and beautifully designed books that are created through close collaborations between artists and writers, and that are the first substantial publication dedicated to the artists’ work.
The book launch is presented by England & Co Gallery, and the book has been made possible with support from Arts Council England.