Published in the English edition of Leksykon Archiwum Afektywnego. Previously published in Polish translation as 'Przewodnik'.
Chapter discusses Performance Re-enactment Society's (PRS) Group Show, Arnolfini, Bristol, UK, 2012. This was an intangible exhibition, displayed through performance, with all four galleries empty of objects and the walls left white. The PRS curated Group Show from an imaginary permanent collection comprising all the visual art and performance that had been shown at Arnolfini since it was founded in 1961. There were three parts, each of which intervened in different ways in the archive, galleries, and institution. This text focuses on the third part, that Paul Clarke curated, which was performed by the gallery's invigilators and took the form of an exhibition in words.
|Title of host publication||Lexicon for an Affective Archive|
|Editors||Giulia Palladini, Marco Pustianaz|
|Place of Publication||London|
|Number of pages||5|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jul 2017|