Featuring the work of Madison Blackwood, Bronte Cordes, Sian Davey, Sophie Green, Frances Kearney, Baptiste Lignel, Anthony Luvera, Melanie Manchot, Wendy McMurdo, Yvette Monahan, Spencer Murphy, Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert, and Abbie Trayler-Smith. ‘Gravitas’ refers to one of the core personal virtues taken by ancient Roman society as an important part of the expression of a purposeful […]
‘The Subject of Study – Collaboration in Research and Artistic Practice’ is explores research collaborations in academic and artistic practice. The conference opens with an afternoon of researcher lead discussion, exploring different forms of collaborative practice and relationships between the agency of individuals engaged in collaborative research and the institutional or disciplinary context in which […]
Featuring the work of Anthony Luvera, Stefan Ruiz, Sidnay Banks, and Zanele Muholi. Visual narratives play a part in constructing the roles we make for ourselves as well as those that are constructed for us. This group exhibition explores notions of identity, sexuality and how LGBT people are represented in society. Supported by Division of […]
Published by Open Engagement on the In Conversation: Place and Revolution Blog, edited by Gemma-Rose Turnbull 3 April 2015 In Conversation: Place and Revolution is a series of blog posts that put the place and context of socially engaged art at the fore. Beginning in March 2015 and continuing each week leading up to Open […]
Assembly by Anthony Luvera is an exhibition of work created over a twelve-month with people who have experienced homelessness living in Brighton. Assembly consists of a new series of Assisted Self-Portraits; photographs created by participants; sound recordings; an installation of research on homelessness support services across the UK; and documentation of the artist’s working practice. […]
Published by Open Engagement on the 100 Days 100 Questions Blog 8 May 2014 Open Engagement is a free annual conference on socially engaged art, directed and founded by Jen Delos Reyes, and planned in conjunction with the Art and Social Practice program at Portland State University. At the end of the 2013 Open Engagement conference […]
Published by Photoworks April 2014 Patrick Fox (PF): Tell me about the invitation to collaborate. How did it come about? What form did the invitation take? Anthony Luvera (AL): I was invited to create work with lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans* (LGBT*) people for Queer in Brighton in June 2013. As a […]
In February 2014 the Collaborative Portraits from not going shopping were exhibited as large-format posters in outdoor public spaces across Brighton & Hove. At the same time, 3,000 copies of the not going shopping newspaper were distributed free throughout the city.
[rlslider id=1502] In February 2014 Collaborative Portraits from not going shopping were exhibited as large-format posters in outdoor public spaces across Brighton & Hove.
Published in Anthropology and Art Practice Edited by Arnd Schneider and Christopher Wright Bloomsbury, 2013 Anthony Luvera (AL): I first began working with people who have experienced being homeless around 2001. Since then I’ve worked with hundreds of people in cities and towns across the UK, including London, Colchester, and Belfast. Over this time […]
Published by Photoworks November 2013 Anthony Luvera (AL): Was there a particular experience in your education or childhood that enabled you to see learning, teaching and participation as tools for your photographic practice? Wendy Ewald (WE): I think my interest in education evolved naturally from helping to rehabilitate my brother after he was hit […]
A Rocky Boat: reflections on research, process and representation Margareta Kern and Anthony Luvera in conversation
Published in Cities Methodologies Bucharest, 2010 Edited by Ger Duijzings, Simona Dumitriu and Aurora Kiraly Anthony Luvera (AL): What a great recording device you’ve got here. Margareta Kern (MK): It’s really handy. I use it a lot in my work when I interview people. AL: Do you have a collection of sound recordings that […]
Book Review of Towards A Promised Land by Wendy Ewald (Steidl / Artangel) Published in Source Spring 2007 Issue 50 Reviewing a publication by an artist whose practice is driven by process, dialogue and collaboration is an intriguing exercise. It becomes more than an examination of the content of images and words spread out […]
Featuring the work of Emma Critchley, Anna Fox, Sara Haq, Paul Jeff, Wiebke Leister, Anthony Luvera, Melanie Manchot, and Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin. ‘This exhibition takes as its foundation the nature of collaboration. What exactly does collaboration mean and how does it manifest itself? Does collaboration really mean equal partners as one might originally […]