Born from an urgency to produce artist-led dialogue on how strategies of performativity and embodiment complicate and inform current conditions of living and making,  The Invisible Archive  is a new research journal of performance art with a focus on the intersection of performance and text. Each edition uses the in-depth interview to critically reflect on the practice of one artist. The first ongoing volume archives performance artists in Los Angeles. This special inaugural edition features issues 1-3 from our first volume.  -  The Invisible Archive: LA (Vol. 1. / Issue 1-3)  Edited by Natalie Mik & Virginia Arce  Designed by Micaela Terk  Published by Goodbye Books  46 pages  130-240mm  Saddle Stitch Binding  Risograph Printing  English

Born from an urgency to produce artist-led dialogue on how strategies of performativity and embodiment complicate and inform current conditions of living and making, The Invisible Archive is a new research journal of performance art with a focus on the intersection of performance and text. Each edition uses the in-depth interview to critically reflect on the practice of one artist. The first ongoing volume archives performance artists in Los Angeles. This special inaugural edition features issues 1-3 from our first volume.

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The Invisible Archive: LA (Vol. 1. / Issue 1-3)

Edited by Natalie Mik & Virginia Arce

Designed by Micaela Terk

Published by Goodbye Books

46 pages

130-240mm

Saddle Stitch Binding

Risograph Printing

English

The first three issue archive the work and lives of Cindy Rehm (Issue #1), Heisue Chung-Matheu & Grace Hwang (Issue #2), and Kim Zumpfe (Issue #3).

The first three issue archive the work and lives of Cindy Rehm (Issue #1), Heisue Chung-Matheu & Grace Hwang (Issue #2), and Kim Zumpfe (Issue #3).