Brian Lobel at Home Live Art Alternative Village Fete, White Night Festival, Brighton. Photograph: Jim Banks
Mem Morrison, Ringside, produced by Artsadmin. Photograph: National Museum of Singapore / Chris P, 2009.
Hannah Hurtzig, Blackmarket for Useful Knowledge and Non-Knowledge No.11, presented by Live Art Development Agency, the Bluecoat and Mobile Academy. Photograph: Alex Wolkowicz, 2008.
Indivisible, Tarnish, presented at Compass Late. Photograph: Jonathan Turner, 2011.
Bodies in Flight, Gymnast, presented at Arnolfini. Photograph: Justin Yockney
Tai Shani, And of the Brimming Freeze Frame, presented at Arnolfini. Photograph: Justin Yockney
The Live Art UK network explores new models and partnerships for the promotion of Live Art; develops new ways to increase the national and international visibility of Live Art; initiates strategies for a more sustainable future for Live Art practitioners and promoters; publishes case studies and resources; and aims to provide a representative voice for the Live Art Sector in the UK.
This website provides background to Live Art UK; information on Live Art UK Partners and Associates; along with a summary of Live Art UK Activities and Downloads.