Publications by Joshua Sofaer
What does it mean for an artist to be a leader?
An artist’s book about human migration and genetic inheritance.
The naming of a Porto street after a city citizen.
Think about your daily routine as if it were a work of art.
The names of local people are written in elaborate displays of plants.
Investigating the audience of contemporary performance.
A kit to make a performance about performance.
One object explored for 7 days, 24 hours a day.
Publishing and launching a blank biography.
Cut and play with your very own Performance Artist.
What does it mean to meet your namesake?
How getting a recipe wrong can sometimes be right.
What can culture do in times of wider crisis?
The Crystal Ball: From Stage to Page
The archaeology of childhood.
Thoughts on being an active audience member.
Live art as the advertisers dream.
Art in London in at the Millennium.
A visual crossword puzzle around the streets of Norfolk.
Introduction to research as performance.
Looking in the eye of the camera.
Gagging for It Exhibition Catalogue
Collaboration and Performance
Navigating the creative process.
Publications on Joshua Sofaer
A short history of fame and honours.
The lecture as performance.
Press File for Operahjälpen, part of Opera Showroom at Folkoperan, Stockholm.
Selected Press Clippings from Viver a Rua
Selected Press Clippings from Name in Lights
Essay on Joshua Sofaer’s Face It.
Towards a Re-Articulation of Cultural Identity.
Two articles from The List on Festival Scavengers.
Selected Press Clippings from Object Retrieval.
Selected Press Clippings from Tours of People’s Homes.
Selected Press Clippings from Rooted in the Earth
Press Clippings from Street Hunt.
British Performance Artist performs performances and so on.
Photographic works by Manuel Vason
Oakland Tribune feature on SFMOMA Scavengers.
Review of Pictures of Lily
Profile of Joshua Sofaer by Roddy Lumsden.
Review of Tate Scavengers.
Review of Flesh Confrontation.
Article on The Performance Pack.
The UK ‘Live Art’ scene.
Review of The Crystal Ball.
Review of Artistic Tendencies.