Here a fantastic photo collage created by Martin v.Haselberg of the Kipper Kids. I had the pleasure to witness their work live at the Whitechapel Gallery in 2003 during the Short History of Performance Art series. to know more about their work: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Kipper_Kids


  • April 1, 2016

Here’s a lush review from Huck magazine! HUCK magazine review


  • March 31, 2016

  We are very happy to invite you to SULLY NIGHT, an artists-gathering of presentation, discussion and contamination. “DARC COLLECTIVE WILL HOST A VERY SPECIAL DOUBLE BILL WITH MUSIC COMPOSERS JOSEPH DAVIES AND MEILYR JONES BOTH OF  WHOM WILL SHARE INSIGHTS AROUND ‘FORM IN MUSIC’ TOGETHER WITH A PRESENTATION BY THE RESEARCH SCIENTIST BUZZ BAUM […]


  • March 26, 2016

TRANSFORMATIONS – an exhibition in 2 parts Transformations is a series of images by Holly Revell. They reflect the transition from drag back to original self. The images echo post-performance emotion and fatigue, revealing the bodies which support their queens and the traces left behind post-drag. They are about the relationships the artists have with […]


  • March 7, 2016

ABON DROPODIRA Material dress – Traditional Sari, Safety pin Time duration – 30 mins VIDEO , PERFORMANCE ART The rules that society imposes on women are to be accepted or rejected by women only. Society never makes any rules for men, the men stay the samehey are not forced to accept or reject anything. Men […]


  • March 6, 2016

Performance art – Installation art Lenght: about 120 minutes Video and Photos by Cia. Excessos Maus Hábitos. Porto, Portugal. In a hole made in a white wall of a gallery, from inside of the wall, I fit my butt and I stand for about 2 hours. The butt is not placed in its actual height; […]


  • March 3, 2016

Our 1st DARC workshop went well and we want to thank all the participants and the Drama, Theatre and Performance department of Roehampton University for hosting it. We have invited the participants to share their documentation. Here is a comment/documentation from one of the participants: Thanks also to you, Holly, Ana and Pato for a really great afternoon on Friday. It was […]


  • March 2, 2016

The Documentation Action Research Collective invites you to a weekend long mini-festival of performance to celebrate the official launch of our collective! Join us 7pm – 11pm Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th of March at 8-10 Rhoda Street, London, E2 7EF We have invited some incredible artists – Ernst Fischer, Margarita Zafrilla Olayo, Martin O’Brien, Tales Frey – to […]


  • February 24, 2016

We are very please to share the information of this upcoming workshop we will be leading together. WHEN Friday, 26 February 2016 from 14:00 to 17:00 (GMT) – Add to Calendar WHERE University of Roehampton – Roehampton Lane. Jubilee Building, Studio 5. London SW15 5PU GB – View Map To book a place click here DARC is a collective of artists documenting other […]


  • February 24, 2016

DARC Collective is pleased to host the first evening of SULLY artist gathering. We felt the necessity to create in London an informal evening of exchange for and between the community of artists. The sense of community will be the starting point for sharing information of each other practices and activity as well as an […]


  • February 24, 2016

DARC is a collective of artists documenting other artists. Members work in photography, film, performance, drawing, text, animation, and web technologies. DARC is also an open platform for artists to present and archive documentation of their own work. This workshop combines practical experimentation, skill-sharing and open discussion to consider current issues of best practice, as well as broader […]


  • February 16, 2016

It was a fun day and a pleasure to snap some moments of this event! Franko B presents FUCK / LIVE / ART A day of performance, music and video art at The Flying Dutchman London. Please navigate through the image gallery. Here live performances by: Andrea Marcaccio Andrea Abbatangelo Joss Carter Tristesse James and […]


  • February 3, 2016

DARC has been commissioned by the Jewish Music Institute (JMI) to document the tour of their new production Drawing Life. Bringing together a soaring live score with visuals and dramatics, Jocelyn Pook’s Drawing Life tells the story of the Terezin concentration camp – a story of the power of creativity and the resilience of the human […]


  • January 25, 2016

https://hollyrevellphotographer.wordpress.com/2016/01/09/2015-look-back/    


  • January 10, 2016

Every year, Jason Lim curates a programme of international performance art in Singapore. This year, the week long festival took place at Zarch Collaboratives in Golden Mile Tower. The 2015 line up was made up of all female artists. http://www.foi.sg


  • December 28, 2015

  Poppy Jackson performance artist SPILL Festival of Performance Toynbee Studios, London 4 hour performance on 2 days Camera and Cut by Shona Hamilton ‘Site’ was part of the SPILL National Showcase 2015, supported by the Jerwood Charitable Foundation ‘Site’ forms part of Poppy Jackson’s project Re-Presentation: The Female Body as Autonomous Zone, supported by […]


  • December 16, 2015

  A limited edition of unique twenty 45 rpm record sleeves for the single by musician Meiryl Jones ‘how to recognise a work of art’ on side A and ‘all is equal in love’ in side B. The Concept aims at reinventing the music sleeve by matching each vinyl to an original drawing, everyone of […]


  • November 23, 2015

Cassils’ work Inextinguishable Fire speaks to the radical unrepresentability of certain forms of trauma and violence. How can we enact empathy when our own situation is so removed from the atrocities of torture and war? Inextinguishable Fire articulates the space where this overlap occurs. This performance for the camera feature Cassils engaged in a treacherous fire stunt. The final […]


  • November 12, 2015

  Every two years as part of the Special Program of the Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, Solyanka State Gallery undertakes field research of the current situation in Russian performance art. Such exhibits as Nine Days, Artists’ Zoo became important events as they have demonstrated collaborative efforts of the best artists in this genre: from Yelena Kovylina and Liza Morozova to Anatoly Zhigalov/Natalya Abalakova and Andrey Kuzkin. […]


  • November 3, 2015

Promotional photography by Manuel Vason, for Hussein Chalayan’s ‘Gravity Fatigue’. Sadlers Wells, London: 2015  


  • October 28, 2015