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Posts by: Leah Lovett

Leah Lovett works collaboratively to make performances, videos, drawings, writings and workshops that explore the socialising fictions played out between people in cities and across mediated space. Her work borrows from other cultural forms like anthropology, human geography and most of all theatre, and engages strategies of camouflage, reenactment and ventriloquism. She is currently pursuing an AHRC-funded PhD, researching invisible theatre and spatial politics at the Slade. Leah is a founder member of art collective, TRIPOD, an active member of MATA (Motherhood and the Academy), and also works as a freelance writer and an arts educator in gallery, higher education and school contexts.
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Artificial Hells: Participatory Art and the Politics of Spectatorship by Claire Bishop

by Leah Lovett • 22 Sep 13
Posted in: General Issue [10] | Review