Guide to the Ian White Papers
MSS.022

Published in 2020
© CCS Bard Archives

Summary Description

Repository
Center for Curatorial Studies Library & Archives
Creator
White, Ian, 1971-2013
Source
Artistic Estate of Ian White
Title
Ian White Papers
ID
MSS.022
Date [inclusive]
1994-2013
Date [bulk]
2001-2013
Extent
15 Linear Feet in 19 boxes and 1 binder
Language
English .
Author
Hannah Mandel; Collection processed by Hannah Mandel

Preferred Citation

Published citations should take the following form:

Identification of item, date (if known); Ian White Papers; MSS.022; [box number]; [folder number], Center for Curatorial Studies Library and Archives, Bard College.

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Biographical / Historical

Ian White (1971–2013) was a British curator, performance artist, writer and educator. White's mentorship and influence palpably impacted a wide ranging group of visual artists, filmmakers, film programmers, and students in his native U.K., his adopted home of Germany, and internationally. Throughout his career, occupying many nominally different roles, White constantly questioned the boundaries between curatorial practice, performance art, and film programming. Often working collaboratively with other artists, White strove to present work that occupied a space separate from traditional institutional models of film and event programming, while often working within their context. White attended Downing College, Cambridge University from 1990–1993, where he received a BA in English Literature. White was engaged with the arts during his time at University, producing a body of work comprised of drawing, painting and performance. While at University, White was also involved with social advocacy projects, including organizing for World AIDS Day in 1994.

White began his career in arts institutions at the Horse Hospital, an independent arts venue in central London. As the Horse Hospital's programmer and manager from 1995–2000, White was responsible for organizing film programming (in the form of a screening club called kinoCULTURE). White also organized events focused on subcultures and underground film communities under the institutional purview of the Horse Hospital.

White was involved as a curator and participant in several performance events at the turn of the millennium, indicative of a tendency in his career towards the blurring of curatorial work and personal and collaborative artistic output. Working with collaborators James Hollands and Andrew Walsh, White staged events and performances including 'Dennis Cooper's Night Out,' an "alternative to the gay nightclub" at a historic gay club in London, where visitors could use a telephone box on the dance floor to speak directly with the author Dennis Cooper. In 'Oedipus Rex: A Concept Symphony,' White, Hollands and Walsh wrote and performed an experimental version of the Stravinsky opera. Like many of his projects, these events were staged only once.

In 2000, White began a new position as Cinema Curator at the Lux Centre, the British film distributor and arts organization for experimental moving image. White curated many screenings and organized screening series over his one year tenure at the Lux Centre, before the shuttering of the institution in 2001. (It would reopen as LUX the following year, and White continued to be deeply involved in later iterations of the institution.) Following the closure of the Lux Centre, White, along with colleagues including Emma Hedditch and Mike Sperlinger, started the Mary Kelly Project, a curatorial collective that sought to breach the boundaries of what a traditional film screening could entail. The group published an account of their activities as a book, titled 'Mary Kelly'. While working at the Lux Centre, White was introduced to future frequent collaborators, the artists Emma Hedditch and Jimmy Robert. The trio staged a performative event together, 'F.A.G: Film, Art, Gainsborough', at Cubitt, London in 2002. White continued to make collaborative works with Robert for the rest of his working life. Their performance works – '6 things we can't do but can do now' (2004); 'Marriage à la Mode et Cor Anglais' (2007-2009); 'Yvonne Rainer's Trio A' (2009); and 'Lemon Rose' (2012) – incorporated modern dance and choreography, institutional critique and sound and video art. White and Robert performed works at Tate Modern, London; MoMA, New York; Jeu de Paume, Paris; ICA, London; and De Appel, Amsterdam, amongst other venues.

From 2001-2011, White worked in a freelance capacity as an Adjunct Film Curator at Whitechapel Gallery, in London, where he organized many screenings, events, festivals and exhibitions with artists and filmmakers including James Benning, Cinenova, the Copenhagen Free University, Adam Curtis, Alfred Leslie, Babette Mangolte, Yvonne Rainer, Hito Steyerl and Bruce & Norman Yonemoto.

During his tenure at Whitechapel, White simultaneously worked as a curator on many external exhibitions and programs, including a series on David Wojnarowicz for the London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival (2002); 'Ways of Seeing,' the Turner Prize film program at Tate Britain (2002); 'Landscape for Fire: Anthony McCall in Context,' Mead Gallery, Warwick, UK (2004); 'Der Geist ist ein Waterfall,' a solo exhibition by Klaus Weber at Showroom MAMA, Rotterdam (2005); 'The Secret Public: the Last Days of the British Underground, 1978-1988,' which traveled from Kunsteverein Munich to ICA, London, and the British School at Rome Gallery, Rome (2006-2007); 'It's not the homosexual who is perverse, but the situation in which he lives: kunst, kino, kontext now,' which was exhibited across three venues in Berlin, Kino Arsenal, Tanya Leighton Gallery, and the sex club lab.oratory (2009); and 'Emily Wardill: Windows broken, break, broke together', De Appel, Netherlands (2010); amongst many others.

White had a long-standing relationship with Frieze Art Fair, for which he curated cinema programming. He was also deeply involved with the Oberhausen International Short Film Festival (Internationale Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen), for which he curated film programs in 2002, 2003, 2007, 2008 and 2010, including the widely influential 'Kinomuseum' for the festival's Theme programme in 2007 (a book of the project, "Kinomuseum: Towards an artists' cinema", was published in 2008 with Mike Sperlinger.)

In 2009, White was the recipient of a DAAD (German Academic Exchange) Artists-in-Berlin program residency. Around this time, White completed a trio of three solo performance works, 'Ibiza,' 'Black Flags' and 'Democracy', which were presented together for the first time at daadgalerie, Berlin in 2010. The works, like much of White's oeuvre, are generative, building off of earlier iterations and, as White described, "layering different vectors...that work in opposite directions… so that the instability of them or multiplicity of ways of reading refuse how you would normally receive information in that situation, refuse a hierarchy of the spoken word over something which is seen, over other noise, refuse the idea of a particular content." Content, as White described, "isn't anything more than looking and seeing and being present." (1) In addition to his curatorial and performance work, White was also an educator and writer. White wrote extensively for the magazines 'Art Monthly' and 'Art Review' (for which he was a columnist and member of the editorial board), in addition to countless articles for other contemporary art and experimental film periodicals, as well as catalogue essays and book contributions.

White was a frequent lecturer, adjunct professor and PhD advisor at universities and institutions around Europe, including Middlesex University; Central St. Martin's School of Art; University of Leeds; Kingston University; Goldsmith's; Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance; Oxford University; the Dutch Art Institute; Frei Universität, Berlin; and Zurich University of the Arts. In 2007, White began working as the Lead Facilitator for the LUX Associate Artists Programme, a twelve month post-graduate program for artists working with, or adjacent to moving image practices. His presence in the program, from 2007 until his death in 2013, was invaluable to several cohorts of students.

Ian White died of cancer on October 26, 2013. He has been the subject of several posthumous publications and retrospectives.

(1) Ian White, interviewed by Giles Bailey. 2016. 'Talker #1: Ian White' Talker, no. 1 (December): 18.

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Scope and Contents

The Ian White Papers are comprised of the personal and professional records and archives of curator, artist and writer Ian White.

Series I: Performances and Artworks by Ian Whitecontains promotional material, props and components, publications, notes, planning documents, and documentation relating to performance works by Ian White. This includes collaborative performances, as well as solo works, and records pertaining to White's inclusion as an artist in group exhibitions. This series also contains early drawings, paintings and studies by White, completed during his time at University.

Series II: Writing is comprised of clippings, research,notes and drafts for essays and articles by White, published in periodicals and exhibition catalogs and spanning White's career.

Series III: Readings, Panels and Talks contains notes and promotional material for readings, panels and talks in which White was a chief moderator, co-moderator, or otherwise participated.

Series IV: Pedagogy and Advocacy Work is comprised of teaching materials, notes, student assignments, applications and media relating to White's teaching positions at various universities, as well as his time as the facilitator of the LUX Associate Artists Programme. Also included in this section is material relating to White's participation in focus groups and as a judge for artist's awards and grants for various organizations.

Series V: Curatorial Work contains notes, ephemera and assorted research material regarding White's career as a curator and film programmer. These records are separated into subseries by curatorial venue.

V.A: Freelance and independent project subseries is comprised of material describing curatorial projects White undertook in a freelance or independent capacity. These records span White's entire career and include projects completed while White was simultaneously employed with other institutions.

V.B: LUX subseries contains material relating to White's curatorial and programming work at the LUX Centre in London, as the Cinema Curator from 2000-2001, and in various capacities throughout the organization's iterations through 2009.

V.C: Whitechapel Gallery subseries contains material illustrating White's time as the Adjunct Film Curator at Whitechapel Gallery in London from 2001-2011, including promotional material for film programming programs and research documents.

V.D: Horse Hospital subseries contains documentation, notes and promotional material for programming organized by White at the Horse Hospital in London, from 1995-2000.

V.E: Mary Kelly Project subseries consists of research material, documentation, and publication-related items to the Mary Kelly Project, a collective curatorial group project involving White.

Series VI: Personal Material contains personal correspondence and material not directly related to White's professional or artistic practices.

Series VII: Grant Applications consists of application material for grants White applied for.

Series VIII: Research and Photocopied Material consists of miscellaneous research notes by White, and photocopied articles, essays and research material on various topics.

Series IX: Promotional Material from Attended Exhibitions and Events is comprised of brochures, postcards, publications and other informational documents collected by White from exhibitions he attended, primarily in the United Kingdom and Germany.

Series X: Financial Invoices contains outgoing invoices from White to employers, for curatorial and writing services.

Series XI: Notebooks is comprised of eleven notebooks and diaries kept by White, recording professional and personal notes, as well as drawings and paintings.

Series XII: Media contains various VHS and cassette tapes, including commercially released music, documentation and artwork components.

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Arrangement

The Ian White Papers are comprised of twelve series:

Series I: Performances and Artworks by Ian White

Series II: Writing

Series III: Readings, Panels and Talks

Series IV: Pedagogy and Advocacy Work

Series V: Curatorial Work

Series VI: Personal Material

Series VII: Grant Applications

Series VIII: Research and Photocopied Material

Series IX: Promotional Material from Attended Exhibitions and Events

Series X: Financial Invoices

Series XI: Notebooks

Series XII: Media

See individual arrangement notes by subseries throughout the finding aid.

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Information for Users

Publication Information

Center for Curatorial Studies Library & Archives

Bard College
 Annandale-on-Hudson 12504-5000
 ccslib@bard.edu
 URL: http://www.bard.edu/ccs/library/

Access Restrictions

The collection is open to researchers without restrictions. Appointments are necessary to consult manuscript and archival materials. Access copies for media materials may not be available yet. Please contact the CCS Archivist for further details.

Use Restrictions

Collection use is subject to all copyright laws. Permission to publish materials must be obtained in writing from the Director of the Library & Archives at the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College. Please contact ccslib@bard.edu for more information.

Provenance

The Ian White Papers were acquired in 2019 from the Ian White Trust.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Daad galerie. daadgalerie
  • Horse Hospital
  • Institute of Contemporary Arts, London
  • LUX (London)
  • Tate Modern
  • Westdeutsche Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen (International Short Film Festival Oberhausen)
  • Whitechapel Art Gallery

Genre(s)

  • Audiocassettes
  • Clippings (information artifacts)
  • Color Prints (photographs)
  • Color negatives
  • Diaries
  • Exhibition catalogs
  • Invitations
  • Journals (accounts)
  • Letters (correspondence)
  • Magazines (periodicals).
  • Newspapers
  • Notes
  • Photographs
  • Posters
  • Promotional materials
  • VHS (TM)

Personal Name(s)

  • Cooper, Dennis, 1953-
  • Hedditch, Emma
  • Kelly, Mary 1941-
  • Payne, Oliver
  • Rainer, Yvonne, 1934-
  • Relph, Nick
  • Robert, Jimmy, 1975-
  • Roysdon, Emily
  • Sperlinger, Mike
  • Wardill, Emily, 1977-
  • Weber, Klaus, 1967-

Subject(s)

  • Art -- 21st Century -- Exhibitions
  • Art -- Periodicals.
  • Art -- Research
  • Art, British--21st century
  • Art, British--21st century--Exhibitions
  • Art, German--21st century--Exhibitions
  • Artists' writings
  • Conceptual art -- Exhibitions
  • Curatorship
  • Experimental films--History and criticism
  • Film festival programs
  • Group work in art
  • Motion picture programs
  • Performance art
  • Performance art--England
  • Performance art--Exhibitions
  • Video installations (Art)

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Related Materials

Related Materials

Click here for a list of performance works by Ian White and collaborators.

Click here for a complete bibliography of writings by Ian White.

Contents List

Series I: Performances and Artworks by Ian White 

box folder

Early drawings, paintings, and sketches by Ian White Early 1990s 

1 1

Texts and notes from performance, "The Equality of Hours" Early 1990s 

1 2

Scripts, notes and materials from "So I Face the Bedroom Wall" and other early performances 1994-1995 

1 3

Title cards and script for film, "The Ignoramus and the Maniac," film by Ian White, at Horse Hospital 1999 

1 4

Notes, media and exhibition planning documents for "Oedipus Rex: a Concept Symphony," collaborative performance at ICA London October 2000 

1 5

Research and correspondence for "Oedipus Rex: a Concept Symphony," collaborative performance at ICA London October 2000 

1 6

Numbered sheet music for "Oedipus Rex: a Concept Symphony," collaborative performance at ICA London October 2000 

1 7

Sheet music for "Oedipus Rex: a Concept Symphony," collaborative performance at ICA London October 2000 

1 8

Material including handbound cloth-bound program and notes for "Oedipus Rex: a Concept Symphony," collaborative performance at ICA London October 2000 

1 9

Research materials, brochures and specs for "Oedipus Rex: a Concept Symphony," collaborative performance at ICA London October 2000 

1 10
box

Framed copy of program for "Oedipus Rex: a Concept Symphony," signed by Lionel Richie. Frame chipped. Inscription on verso, "To James + Ian, Love, Orlando, 26/10/00" October 2000 

13
box folder

Notes, research material and collages for "Oedipus Rex: a Concept Symphony," collaborative performance at ICA London October 2000 

1 11

Collages, brochures and floorplans for "Oedipus Rex: a Concept Symphony," collaborative performance at ICA London October 2000 

1 12

Notes, documentation, research material and slides for "F.A.G.: Film, Art and Gainsborough," at Cubitt, London, with Jimmy Robert and Emma Hedditch, and "The Neon Gainsborough," at Neon Gallery, London 2002-2003 

1 13

Photocopies, collages, props and handwritten signs for "F.A.G.: Film, Art and Gainsborough," at Cubitt, London, with Jimmy Robert and Emma Hedditch, and "The Neon Gainsborough," at Neon Gallery, London 2002-2003 

1 14

Floorplans, photos, documentation and research materials from "6 things we couldn't do but can do now," with Jimmy Robert, Tate Modern, London November-December 2004 

1 15

Performance notes, notebooks and media from "6 things we couldn't do but can do now," with Jimmy Robert, Tate Modern, London November-December 2004 

1 16

Artworks, notes, informational material, lighter, media and photographs, including original "Trio A on Beach" photo, as part of installation for "6 things we couldn't do then but can do now," with Jimmy Robert, Tate Modern, London November-December 2004 

1 17

Material from "Yvonne Rainer's Trio A," with Jimmy Robert, Tate Modern, London November-December 2004 

1 18

Promotional material from performance of "Marriage à la Mode et Cor Anglais," with Jimmy Robert, STUK, Leuven, Belgium 6-7 November 2007 

1 19

Media from performance, "Marriage à la Mode et Cor Anglais," with Jimmy Robert, at various venues 2007-2009 

1 20

Props from performance, "Marriage à la Mode et Cor Anglais," with Jimmy Robert, at various venues 2007-2009 

1 21

Research, correspondence and technical specs from performance, "Marriage à la Mode et Cor Anglais," with Jimmy Robert, at various venues 2007-2009 

1 22

Promotional material from performance, "Marriage à la Mode et Cor Anglais," with Jimmy Robert, de Appel, Amsterdam 7 February 2008 

1 23

Material for performance of "Ibiza" 2008 

1 24

Notes and promotional material for "Characters, Figures and Signs," series at Tate Modern. Includes performance of "Black Flags" and panel chaired by Ian White 20-21 February 2009 

1 25

Research material and media for "Characters, Figures and Signs," series at Tate Modern. Includes performance of "Black Flags" and panel chaired by Ian White 20-21 February 2009 

1 26

Promotional material, notes, correspondence (postcards of Queen Elizabeth I) and media related to "Democracy" performance, part of exhibition "Ecstatic Resistance," Grand Arts, Kansas City, Missouri November 2009 

2 27

Promotional material and correspondence from performance of "Marriage à la Mode et Cor Anglais," with Jimmy Robert, Micadanses/ CAC Brétigny/ FRAC Ile-de-France, Paris 5 December 2009 

2 28

Yvonne Rainer collages, related to edition Ian White produced for Tanya Leighton Gallery, "NO-YES-I DO" 2009 

2 29

Technical notes, diagrams and floorplans for "Black Flags" performance, daadgalerie, Berlin 3-17 July 2010 

2 30

Media, programs, notes, scripts and floorplans from performances "Ibiza", "Black Flags" and "Democracy", daadgalerie, Berlin June-July 2010 

2 31

Notes, media and promotional material for performance, "Hinterhof," feat. James Richards, KUB Arena, Kunsthaus Bregenz, Austria November 2010-January 2011 

2 32

Notes and planning documents from performance, "Beginning Good. All Good. (Barcelona)," at Loop Video Art Festival, with Eva Birkenstock; Kerstin Stakemeier; Nina Köller; Felix Meyer 19-21 May 2011 

2 33

Research and promotional material from performance, "Beginning Good. All Good. (Barcelona)," at Loop Video Art Festival, with Eva Birkenstock; Kerstin Stakemeier; Nina Köller; Felix Meyer 19-21 May 2011 

2 34

Printed material from Ian White performance at Kino Arsenale, Berlin, part of "Living Archive: Ausstellung und Performance" March 2012 

2 35A

Brochure from posthumous exhibition, "Ian White: Every frame is a thrown voice," Camden Arts Centre, London. Curated by Kirsty Bell and Mike Sperlinger April-June 2018 

2 35B

Material from "Lemon Rose," collaborative performance with Jimmy Robert, Jeu de Paume, Paris 13-14 April 2012 

2 36

Media, notes, correspondence and research material related to performances, "Ibiza", "Black Flags" and "Democracy", various venues n.d. 

2 37

Letraset transfers from plastic bags n.d. 

2 38

"IW Museum interior original and copies," image of museum interior and photocopies reworked by Ian White. Also includes photograph of seascape, marked "10 53 G Jackie1.tif" n.d. 

2 39

"IW museum interior stack of copies," image of museum interior repeatedly photocopied and reworked by Ian White n.d. 

2 40

September 2004 issue of Art Monthly with painting on inside of magazine n.d. 

2 41
box

Kodak Easy Share P825 Digital Frame, 8". Sticker on box "99.99". From "Black Flag Ibiza Democracy" performances at daadgalerie, Berlin 2010 

Note

Note: "IW Democracy- not working, 17.01.18"

12

Kodak Easy Share P825 Digital frame, 8". Label on box, "3&4." From "Black Flag Ibiza Democracy" performances at daadgalerie, Berlin 2010 

Note

Note: "IW Democracy, QE1 pearls and ruffles, 17.01.18 KB"

12

Kodak Easy Share P825 Digital Frame, 8". Sticker on box "99.99". From "Black Flag Ibiza Democracy" performances at daadgalerie, Berlin 2010 

Note

Note: "IW Democracy Bacon-Syringe-TV Tower, 17.01.18 KB"

12

Kodak Easy Share P825 Digital Frame, 8". Label on box "5". From "Black Flag Ibiza Democracy" performances at daadgalerie, Berlin 2010 

Note

Note: "IW Democracy, Kenilworth upside down, TV tower upside down, 17.01.18 KB"

12

Kodak Easy Share P825 Digital Frame, 8". Label on box, "1&2". From "Black Flag Ibiza Democracy" performances at daadgalerie, Berlin 2010 

Note

Note: "IW Democracy, clothes on floor, syringe, chain, 17.01.18 KB"

12

Kodak Easy Share P825 Digital Frame, 8". Label on box, "Small 1&2". From "Black Flag Ibiza Democracy" performances at daadgalerie, Berlin 2010 

Note

Note: "IW Democracy, Kenilworth, 17.01.18 KB"

12

Hama digital picture frame, not in box n.d. 

12

Hama digital picture frame, not in box, screen detached and damaged n.d. 

12

Intenso 7" PhotoPilot digital frame. Not in box, screen protecting plastic attached n.d. 

12

CnM Lifestyle Electronics 7" digital photo frame. Not in box, screen protecting plastic attached n.d. 

12

Empty black glass picture frame, 4 x 6 in., label on box "3 nxt to mid" 

13

Hama digital picture frame, label on box "End PF".Box also contains laser pointer keychains (3) and adapters n.d. 

13

Assorted adapters and plugs for digital photo frames n.d. 

13

Hama digital picture frame, not in box n.d. 

13

Empty mirrored glass picture frame, 4 x 6 in., label on box, "1 star" n.d. 

13

Empty black glass picture frame, 4 x 6 in., label on box "2 CRI" n.d. 

13

Box containing six 4 x 6 mirrored and black glass empty picture frames 

13

Framed artwork, "NO YES I DO (Trio A)", 2009, photocopy with fingerprint, editioned 4/5 with 2 AP, 29,7 x 21 cm. Label from Tanya Leighton Gallery, Berlin on verso 2009 

13

Subseries A: Performance with Andrew Wash and James Hollands, "Dennis Cooper's Inside Out," Nightbird Festival, The Quebec Public House, London 

box folder

Research material for performance with Andrew Walsh and James Hollands, "Dennis Cooper's Inside Out," Nightbird Festival, The Quebec Public House, London 18 July 2000 

8 231

Manuscript and reviews of novel by Dennis Cooper, Period," related to performance with Andrew Walsh and James Hollands, "Dennis Cooper's Inside Out," Nightbird Festival, The Quebec Public House, London, June-July 2000 

8 232

Notes and correspondence for performance with Andrew Walsh and James Hollands, "Dennis Cooper's Inside Out," Nightbird Festival, The Quebec Public House, London, June-July 2000 

8 233
binder

Photographs from performance with Andrew Walsh and James Hollands, "Dennis Cooper's Inside Out," Nightbird Festival, The Quebec Public House, London June-July 2000 

Scope and Contents

Binder contains photographs, negatives and postcards stored with photographs.

1

Series II: Writing 

box folder

Copies of interview with Ian White, "Messages from the Underworld," in everything 1996 

2 42

Copies of essay, "KinoKulture: the Destination is the Journey," in Filmwaves, Issue 4 Spring 1998 

2 43

Copies of writing for brochure for "A Rock n' Roll Suicide," ICA London 2-3 July 1998 

2 44

Material and copies of essay, "Joe Coleman and Divine David in Conversation with Ian White," everything, Vol. 2, No. 3 1998 

2 45

Material for essay, "Paranoia at 'Book Sale'," in Influence, No. 4 1999 

2 46

Copies of essay, "The Last Picture Show," in The Guardian 6 October 2001 

2 47

Copy of essay, "Tomorrow, The World: Correspondence with Oliver Payne & Nick Relph," Pandaemonium catalogue 2001 

2 48

Copies of essay, "Information: Suspect, Construction: Evident [John Smith]," from Festivalkatalog 48: Internationale Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen 2002 

2 49

Material relating to writing for LUX Online and LUX Open Writing projects 2002 

2 50

Research material for assorted Art Review articles 

2 51

Clippings of published articles by Ian White in Art Review 2002-2005 

2 52

Copy of essay, "Recording and Performing: Cinema as a Live Art," from art in-sight, No. 8 (insert in  filmwaves, No. 21) Spring 2003 

3 53

Copies of essay, "Romantic, Beyond, Impossible and Heartbreaking: an Open Response to Tilda Swinton's 2002 Vertigo Address," in  Vertigo, Vol. 2, No. 5 Summer 2003 

3 54

Copy of essay, 'Palace Calls Crisis Summit," in Film[Lokal] (Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Markus Schinwald, Thomas Steffl, Costa Vece, Albert Weis), Revolver, Frankfurt 2003 

3 55

Information and research on FACT Liverpool for Art Review article 2003 

3 56

Notes and draft of article, "Peter Gidal,' (originally "Yes But If But If But Then But Then"), Lux Online 2003 

3 57

Notes and correspondence for review of Moving Image publication by Gregor Muir, published by Tate Modern, London 2003, n.d. 

3 58

Clippings of published articles by Ian White in Art Monthly 2003-2004 

3 59

Notes and research for assorted Art Review articles 2003-2006 

3 60

Notes and research for essay, "_/_/04 (on Fountains)," for catalogue, Klaus Weber: Unfold! You Cul de Sac, Revolver, Frankfurt am Main 2004 

3 61

Material for essay, "Ten Pound Per Head [Ann Course and Paul Clark]," firstsite papers, exhibition text for "No Horizon: Ann Course and Emma Woffenden," firstsite, Colchester 2004 

3 62

Essay, "Das projizierte objekt," trans. Gaby Gehlen, Kurz und Klein: 50 Jahre Internationale Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen, ed. Klaus Behnken, Hatje Cantz, Osfildern-Ruit, Germany 2004 

3 63

Notes and research material for essay, "Who is Not the Author? Gary Schum and the Established Order," in Afterthought: New Writing on Conceptual Art, ed. Mike Sperlinger, Rachmaninoffs, London 2005 

3 64

Research and notes for text, "These Things Happen," about John Wood and Paul Harrison, for DVD booklet and exhibition catalogue 2005-2006 

3 65

Research and notes for article, "John Cage and Black Mountain College," in The Wire, Issue 263 January 2006 

3 66

Notes for article, "On the Road," David Lamelas interview, Frieze, Issue 100 June-August 2006 

3 67A

Brochure for exhibition, "Gail Pickering: Hungary! And Other Economies," Gasworks, London. Essay by Ian White included in brochure 2006 

3 67B

Notes for writing, "Grace Ndrith in Conversation with Ian White," Lux Online 2006 

3 68

Notes and research for article, "Film and Video: Robert Beavers: Is a Film a Site-Specific Artform?,"Art Review February 2007 

3 69A

Brochure for film, "Programme," by Richard Squires. Includes Ian White essay, "Camera Obscura" April 2007 

3 69B

Notes for article, "Feelings Are Facts: A Life, Yvonne Rainer," afterall.org May 2007 

3 70

Copies of essay, "Film Art Life (Death, Sex, Social History): David Wojnarowicz," in Untitled, No. 28 Summer 2008 

3 71

Material for book, "Acid Cut Flowers," with Emily Wardill 2008 

3 72A

Book, Kinomuseum: Towards an Artists' Cinema, ed. Mike Sperlinger and Ian White, Verlag der Buchandlung, Walther König: Cologne 2008 

3 72B

Notes and research for essay, "Architecture is the Act of Looking," for Sheffield Pavilion catalogue, ed. Jannine Griffin 2009 

3 73

Notes for writings on Köken Ergun 2009-2011 

3 74A

Book, We are behind, Emily Wardill and Ian White, Book Works: London, De Appel: Amsterdam 2010 

3 74B

Notes and media from essay "Death, Life and Art(ifice): the Films of Sharon Lockhart," from Warhol Wool Newman- Painting Real/ Screening Real- Conner Lockhart Warhol, Walter König 2010 

3 75

Research material and notes for "Situation Cinema: Models of Spectacle, Empty Spaces, and 'The Saints'," essay for exhibition catalogue, Paul Pfieffer: The Saints, ed. Britta Schmitz, Heidelberg Kehrer Verlag 2010 

3 76

Material for essay, "The hole's the thing...," in Gerald Byrne: Images of Shadows, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin 2011 

3 77

Material for essay, "Wishful Thinking: Morgan Fisher at the Ziegfeld Follies, or Oliver Hussain and the Potential of Theatrical Excess," in Oliver Hussain: Spoiler Alert, Art Gallery of York University/ The Power Plant, Toronto 2011 

3 78A

Book, Documents of Contemporary Art: Moving Image, ed. Omar Kholeif, London: Whitechapel Gallery, Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press. Includes Ian White essay, "Kinomuseum" (originally published in 2008) 2015 

3 78B

Magazine, Talker, No. 1: Ian White, Ed. Giles Bailey, 1200m: London. Interview with Ian White (conducted 2012) by Giles Bailey 2016 

3 78C

Magazine, Afterall, No. 41, ed. Helena Vilalta, University of the Arts London. Includes Ian White essay, "Intervention: Stuart Marshall" (originally published 2007) Spring/Summer 2016 

3 78D

Brochure, from posthumous screening and book release for Here is Information. Mobilise., a collection of Ian White writings, Cinemarket Oslo. Brochure includes Ian White writings on Morgan Fisher's "Screening Room" and Sharon Lockhart's "Teatro Amazonas." Organized by Mike Sperlinger April 2017 

3 78E

Series III: Readings, Panels and Talks 

box folder

Correspondence and material for lecture at Rudolfinum, Prague, in connection with exhibition, "Reality Check" March 2003 

3 79

Research for panel moderated by Ian White, "Matthias Müller and Christoph Giradet in Conversation," Tate Modern, London May 2004 

3 80

Material for conversation with Andrew Stones, Chisenhale Gallery, London August 2004 

3 81

Material for conversation with Valie Export, National Film Theatre, London October 2004 

3 82

Material for conversation with Sarah Morris, National Film Theatre, London November 2004 

3 83

Notes for lecture, "A-Movies," introduction and Q+A, Cinecity, Brighton Film Festival December 2005 

3 84

Material for guest lecture, "Instituting Images," Gradisca Spring School, Gradisca D'Isonzo, Italy April 2006 

3 85

Notes and research material for "Discover..Reading Video Art" workshop, Camden Arts Centre, London 17 May 2007 

3 86

Material for moderation of talk, "Real Value, Spaces Between Painting and Film," Kunsthaus Granz, Austria January 2010 

3 87

Notes, "6 or more types of theatre," seminar series, no.w.here, London September-October 2010 

3 88

Material for presentation at Symposium on Emerging Practice- a Tramway Event, in collaboration with Vanishing Point and Collective, Tramway, Glasgow 17-19 February 2011 

3 89

Material for lecture series, "Freundschaft," Freie Universität, Berlin, Ian White contribution: "A bracelet of hair about the bone" 9 June 2011 

3 90

Material for Jack Smith symposium at ICA London, "Hinterhof," (presented as a talk), "A feast for open eyes," and "Normal Love" introduction 8-9 September 2011 

3 91

Material for lecture, "A Life, and Times (Three Times)," Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam, Netherlands November 2011 

3 92

Notes and correspondence for conversation with T.J. Wilcox, Tate Modern, London June 2013 

3 93

Series IV: Pedagogy and Advocacy Work 

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Notes and correspondence for Artist's Moving Image Review, Seminar 4, Central St. Martin's College, London May 2002 

3 94

Notes and research for British Film Institute Black World 2002 working group 2003 

3 95

Teaching notes for Experimental Film course, Middlesex University, weeks 1-3 January-May 2004 

3 96

Teaching material for Experimental Film course, Middlesex University, weeks 4-7 January-May 2004 

3 97

Teaching material for Experimental Film course, Middlesex University, weeks 8-12 January-May 2004 

3 98

Correspondence and teaching materials for Experimental Film Course, Middlesex University, all weeks January-May 2004 

4 99

Student assignments and teaching notes for Experimental Film course, Middlesex University, all weeks January-May 2004 

4 100

Research material, notes and information for teaching workshop at Stability Mobility Sharing Conference, with Mike Sperlinger, Rotterdam, Netherlands 2004 

4 101

Report and agenda from Legacy and Learning, Artists' Film and Video in Collections, Arts Council England January-October 2006 

4 102

Notes and informational material for Arts Council England (ACE) Legacy and Learning Research Seminar (Ian White leader and consultant), Folder 1/2 12 September 2006 

4 103

Notes and informational material for Arts Council England (ACE) Legacy and Learning Research Seminar (Ian White leader and consultant), Folder 2/2 12 September 2006 

4 104

Notes and research material for Arts Council England (ACE) Legacy and Learning Research Seminar (Ian White leader and consultant), Folder 1/2 12 September 2006 

4 105

Notes and research material for Arts Council England (ACE) Legacy and Learning Research Seminar (Ian White leader and consultant), Folder 2/2 12 September 2006 

4 106

Independent Cinema Office course, "Developing Audiences for Artist's Moving Image Work," Arts Council East, Cambridge 18 April 2007 

4 107

Consultancy for Future Histories Research Network, consortium on the sustainability of online moving image archives, led by School of Arts, Design, Media and Culture, University of Sunderland April 2007 

4 108

Material from LUX Associate Artists Programme (Ian White lead facilitator), London 2007-2008 

4 109

Material and media from LUX Associate Artists Programme (Ian White lead facilitator), London 2007-2008 

4 110

Application material from LUX Associate Artists Programme (Ian White lead facilitator), London 2007-2008 

4 111

Teaching notes from LUX Associate Artists Programme (Ian White lead facilitator), London 2007-2008 

4 112

Material from workshop, "How Can I Say We Are Here? Performance and Cinema," Gunen Art Academy, Odense, Denmark March 2008 

4 113

Material collected for exhibitions and events related to Arts Council England: Moving Images: Legacy and Learning Part 2, scoping exercise for Artists Film and Video in Collections 2008 

4 114

Notes and media materials for LUX Associate Artists Programme (Ian White lead facilitator), London 2008-2009 

4 115

Application material for LUX Associate Artists Programme (Ian White lead facilitator), London 2008-2009 

4 116

Notes from Arts Council England: Moving Image: Legacy & Learning Part 2, scoping exercise for artists' film and video in collections 2009 

4 117

Notebook and contract for Arts Council England: Moving Image: Legacy & Learning Part 2, scoping exercise for artists' film and video in collections 2009 

5 118

Applications for LUX Associate Artists Programme (Ian White lead facilitator), London 2009-2010 

5 119

Teaching notes for LUX Associate Artists Programme (Ian White lead facilitator), London 2009-2010 

5 120

Material for LUX Associate Artists Programme (Ian White lead facilitator), London 2009-2010 

5 121

Material for LUX Associate Artists Programme (Ian White lead facilitator), London 2010-2011 

5 122

Teaching notes for LUX Associate Artists Programme (Ian White lead facilitator), London 2010-2011 

5 123

Notes for judging for Collective New Work Scotland programme 2011 

5 124

Material from LUX Associate Artists Programme (Ian White lead facilitator), London 2011-2012 

5 125

Applications for LUX Associate Artists Programme (Ian White lead facilitator), London 2011-2012 

5 126

Teaching notes from LUX Associate Artists Programme (Ian White lead facilitator), London 2011-2012 

5 127

Teaching material, Dutch Art Institute, Arnhem, Netherlands 2011-2012 

5 128

Notes relating to PhD and dissertation supervision for Stella Dimitrakopoulu, City University of London, Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance 2011-2012 

5 129

Notebook and teaching material for Fine Art (Studio Practice) course at Goldsmiths, London 2013 

5 130

Notes for judging of Film London programme n.d. 

5 131

Material from British Film Institute's Artists' Moving Image focus group n.d. 

5 132

Series V: Curatorial Work 

Subseries A: Freelance and Independent Projects 

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Material from program, "Reprojection: Recent Queer Video and Performance," Volcano Film Festival, Oval House, London (Folder 1/2) 1998 

8 228

Material from program, "Reprojection: Recent Queer Video and Performance," Volcano Film Festival, Oval House, London (Folder 2/2) 1998 

8 229

Notes for "Die Liebe der Danae," performance organized by Ian White, Garsington Opera House, Oxfordshire Dramaturg June-July 1999 

5 133

Script and promotional postcards for "Die Liebe der Danae" performance organized by Ian White, Garsington Opera House, Oxfordshire Dramaturg June-July 1999 

5 134

Research material for "Die Liebe der Danae" performance organized by Ian White, Garsington Opera House, Oxfordshire Dramaturg June-July 1999 

5 135

Correspondence for "Die Liebe der Danae" performance organized by Ian White, Garsington Opera House, Oxfordshire Dramaturg 1999 

5 136

Material for SPAN2, International Performance Art Festival (Ian White press, publicity and documentation officer), Dilston Grove Mission Church, London November 2001 

5 137

Notes and research for Ian White curated film programs, including research on David Wojnarowicz for London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival 2002 

5 138

Research, notes and negatives for Turner Prize film programme, "Ways of Seeing," Tate Modern, London November 2002 

5 139

Research material, notes and correspondence for program, "Today We Live: Jimmy Robert; Emma Hedditch; Melissa Castagnetto; Ruby Grierson," Oberhausen Short Film Festival, Germany May 2003 

5 140

Materials and notes from International Documentary Film Festival (IFDA), Amsterdam 20-30 November 2003 

5 141

Notes, research and programming material for "Mosaïques," Institut Français, London 2003 

5 142

Research material and correspondence with Alice Anderson, for film programming project, "3 to the Power of 3," Cine Lumiere, Institut Français, London 2003-2004 

5 143

Planning documents, notes and correspondence for film programming project, "3 to the Power of 3," Cine Lumiere, Institut Français, London April-September 2004 

5 144

Curatorial research, promotional material for film programing project, "3 to the Power of 3," Cine Lumiere, Institut Français, London April-September 2004 

6 145

Photographs and negatives from Gwangju Biennial 2004 

6 146

Press and documentation for "The Artists Cinema" program at Frieze London 31 January-8 February 2005 

6 147

Notes, material, flyers, correspondence and budgets for "The Artists Cinema" program at Frieze London 2006 

6 148

Research material for "The Artists Cinema" program at Frieze London 2006 

6 149

Notes, research material and correspondence for exhibition, "Klaus Weber: Der Geist ist ein Waterfall," Showroom MAMA, Rotterdam, Netherlands May 2005 

6 150

Notes and material from Frieze London Film and Video Programme, "Mobile Cinema" project, William Akuffo: "Diablo I-IV" 16-20 October 2005 

6 151

Material related to John Smith video program at Oberhausen Short Film Festival, Germany 2006 

6 152

Notes, press release and promotional material for "Kinomusem" program, Oberhausen Short Film Festival, Germany May 2007 

6 153

Copies of press clippings for "Kinomuseum" program, Oberhausen Short Film Festival, Germany 2007 

6 154

"Casablanca" script for "Kinomuseum" program, Oberhausen Short Film Festival, Germany 2007 

6 155

Research material for "Kinomuseum" program, Oberhausen Short Film Festival, Germany (Folder 1/2) 2007 

6 156

Research material for "Kinomuseum" program, Oberhausen Short Film Festival, Germany (Folder 2/2) 2007 

6 157

Notes, correspondence and promotional material for "The Secret Public: the Last Days of the British Underground 1978-1988," ICA London; Kunstverein Munich; British School at Rome Gallery October 2006-November 2007 

6 158

Press for "The Secret Public: the Last Days of the British Underground 1978-1988," ICA London; Kunstverein Munich; British School at Rome Gallery October 2006-November 2007 

6 159

Research material for "The Secret Public: the Last Days of the British Underground 1978-1988," ICA London; Kunstverein Munich; British School at Rome Gallery October 2006-November 2007 

6 160

Correspondence for programming at Oberhausen Short Film Festival, Germany, "Whose History" and Lis Rhodes 2008 

6 161

Notes for programming at Oberhausen Short Film Festival, Germany, "Whose History" and Lis Rhodes 2008 

6 162

Research material for programming at Oberhausen Short Film Festival, Germany, "Whose History" and Lis Rhodes 2008 

6 163

Photographs of programming at Oberhausen Short Film Festival, Germany, "Whose History" and Lis Rhodes 2008 

7 164

Contracts, brochures and media for programming at Oberhausen Short Film Festival, Germany, "Whose History" and Lis Rhodes 2008 

7 165

Material for exhibition text, "I am not an archive," for exhibition "Videodrama" at Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria 2009 

7 166

Program notes and promotional material from, "It's not the homosexual who is perverse, but the situation in which he lives: Kino, Kunst, Kontext," Kino Arsenal; Tanya Leighton Gallery; lab.oratory, Berlin March 2009 

7 167

Research material, correspondence and notes for Ian White's time in Berlin curating "It's not the homosexual..." and "Kopietheater" 2009-2010 

7 168

Notebook, correspondence and media for Ian White's time in Berlin curating "It's not the homosexual..." and "Kopietheater" 2009-2010 

7 169

Material for "The Idea of the Self," presentation series, Oberhausen Short Film Festival, Germany 29 April-4 May 2010 

7 170

Material for Emily Wardill exhibition, "Windows broken, break, broke together," de Appel Art Center Jongensschool, Amsterdam 18 September-28 November 2010 

7 171

Material for "Kopietheater," programming at Berlinale Forum, Kino Arsenal, Berlin 2010 

7 172

Material from Anthony McCall and Andrew Tyndall "Argument" screening, includes booklet, screening insert and notes from discussion group with Gil Leung and Ian White, Arika, Glasgow, Scotland 21 January 2012 

7 173

Layouts from HIIT Studio for publication for "A Performance Project," KUB Arena, Kunsthaus Bregenz, Austria 2012 

7 174

Subseries B: LUX 

box folder

Correspondence, announcements and contracts for LUX "Pandaemonium Biennial of Moving Images" 2000-2001 

7 175

Material for LUX programming, screening series, "X," "Asian Shower," and "Girl O'Gram," by Gritt Udall-Jenssens 30 March 2001 

7 176

Material for LUX programming, "Downtown: New York Underground Film Festival" series, James Fotoupolos, Nelson Sullivan 6 May 2001 

7 177

Material for LUX programming series, "Goldsmiths on Film" 16 May 2001 

7 178

Material for LUX programming screening series, "Invisible Adversaries," Valie Export; Kurt Kren; Marina Abramovic; Lisl Ponger; Mara Mattuschka; Kira O'Reilly; Yoko Ono 17-20 May 2001 

7 179

Material for LUX programming, screening series, "Reeltime: Austrian Cinema Documentaries" 23-27 May 2001 

7 180

Material for LUX programming, screening of "Injustice" 2 August 2001 

7 181

Material for LUX programming, screening series, "Arf Arf" 8 August 2001 

7 182

Material for LUX programming, screening series, "Artist's Education Videos," including "Look Around You (Calcium)," by Robert Popper; "Dreaming of Hares" by Mina Courtauld 16 August 2001 

7 183

Material for LUX programming, "Festivals at the LUX: Oberhausen, German Short Films Competition" 22-24 August 2001 

7 184

Material for LUX programming, screening, "David Larcher's Monkey's Birthday" 2 September 2001 

7 185

Material for LUX programming with Ian Helliwell, "Avanto," and "Soundtracks for the City" 6 September 2001 

7 186

Material for LUX programming,"BFM Animation Seminars 1+2" 12-13 September 2001 

7 187

Material for LUX programing, screening series, "Other Cinema" 19 September 2001 

7 188

Material for LUX programming, screening and event, "Brown" 20 September 2001 

7 189

Material for LUX programming, screening series, "Ukrajnska," Khrustalyov, "Get My Car" 26-30 September 2001 

7 190

Material from trip to Kiev, Ukraine, with Greg Muir, for research for LUX program, "Lithuanian Video Art" 2001 

7 191

Material for LUX children's programming 2001 

7 192

Correspondence, notes and materials for assorted LUX programs 2001 

7 193

LUX Artists' Moving Image Festival for London research material for proposal 2004 

7 194

Material for exhibition, "Invisible Mend: Chrissy Coscion; Jasmina Fekovic; Ursula Mayer; James Richards; Elisabeth Subrin," LUX/Lounge, London June 2007 

7 195

Research material and notes for series, "Six Tuesdays: After Film as a Critical Practice," LUX 28 February-March 2009 

7 196

Subseries C: Whitechapel Gallery 

box folder

Notes, research, flyers and correspondence for Nan Goldin film program at Whitechapel Gallery, part of Whitechapel exhibition, "Devil's Playground," London 2001-2002 

7 197

Promotional material for "Hermann Nitsch: The Orgies Mysteries Theatre," Whitechapel Gallery, London 19 April 2002 

7 198

Material for Whitechapel Gallery film programming, "A Short History of Performance: Part One," London 15-21 April 2002 

7 199

Promotional material, notes, zine collage and information about Whitechapel Gallery film programming, includes information about exhibitions by Helio Oticica; Liam Gillick; Tetine 2002 

7 200

Brochures and promotional material for Whitechapel Gallery programming (general) 2002 

7 201

Correspondence related to Whitechapel Gallery film programming 2002 

7 202

Promotional flyers for Whitechapel Gallery film programming (general) January-February 2003 

7 203

Material for Whitechapel Gallery film programming, "Other Indias" March 2003 

8 204

Press releases, research and flyers for Whitechapel Gallery film programming, including Janet Cardiff and Philip Lorca-di Corcia, Bruce and and Norman Yonemoto Summer-Fall 2003 

8 205

Correspondence, Whitechapel Gallery, general 2003-2004 

8 206

Material for film programming for exhibition, "Gerhard Richter: Atlas," "Raoul de Keyser," and "Edge of the Real" January-May 2004 

8 207

Material about Whitechapel film programming, includes information about exhibitions by Tobias Rehberger; East End Academy 2004 

8 208

Brochures, flyers and media for "Utopia" program at Whitechapel Gallery 2004-2005 

8 209

Notes and planning documents, for "Utopia" programming at Whitechapel Gallery 2004-2005 

8 210

Research material for "Utopia" programming at Whitechapel Gallery 

8 211

Notes from Whitechapel Gallery open-call screenings 2004-2006 

8 212

Material for Whitechapel Gallery, "Art Plus Party 2005" 27 January 2005 

8 213

Whitechapel Gallery programming material for "New Work UK" 2005-2008 

8 214

Press releases for Whitechapel film programming, Hito Steyerl and Marcel Odenbach 20 July 2006 

8 215

Material for Whitechapel Gallery programming, "New Semantics I: Raymond Entwistle" 5 October 2006 

8 216

Material for Whitechapel programming, "A Weekend with Alfred Leslie" 21-22 April 2007 

8 217

Material for Whitechapel programming, "Le Ping Pong d'Amour" 15-16 September 2007 

8 218

Material for Whitechapel programming, "Adam Curtis: The World of the Self/Our World" 8-9 December 2007 

8 219

Programming notes and exhibition planning documents for "The Artists Cinema" programming at Whitechapel Gallery 2007-2008 

8 220

Research and promotional material for Whitechapel programming, "Film Circus! Whitechapel Films for Children" 10 May 2008 

8 221

Material for Whitechapel programming, "Here: Radical Animation Now" 27-28 September 2008 

8 222

Material for Whitechapel programming, "Sigmund Freud's Dora: A Case of Mistaken Identity" 23 April-11 June 2009 

8 223

Material for Whitechapel programming, "It's not the Homosexual Who is Perverse, but the Situation in Which He Lives" 9 July-6 August 2009 

8 224

Material for Whitechapel programming, Silvia Kolbowski: "After Hiroshima Mon Amour" n.d. 

8 225

Subseries D: Horse Hospital 

box folder

Promotional material, flyers and brochures for Horse Hospital / Kinokulture projects 1998 n.d. 

8 226

Photographs, slides, research material on Horse Hospital / Kinokulture projects, Divine David and "Ripping the Skin from the Screen" (Ursula Martinez; Emily Richardson; Richard Squires) 1998 

8 227

Research material for Horse Hospital programming 2000 

8 230

Subseries E: Mary Kelly Project 

box folder

Notes, promotional material, research, receipts and photographs related to Mary Kelly Project 2003 

8 234

Drafts and final copy with edits of experimental publication by Mary Kelly Project 2008 

8 235

Articles and press about artist Mary Kelly, part of research for Mary Kelly Project n.d. 

8 236

Series VI: Personal Material 

box folder

Prints, posters and drawings by other artists, from Ian White's time at University. Includes World AIDS Day 1994 ResourcePack and posters 1994 n.d. 

9 238

Magazine, greeting cards, real estate documents and personal receipts 2005 2010 2011 n.d. 

9 239

"The Face" and "Attitude" magazines featuring Ian White modeling shots 1996-1997 

9 240
box

Box containing original folders for Ian White Papers, hand-labeled by Ian White 1994-2013 

19

Series VII: Grant Applications 

box folder

Grant application material for Visual Arts Research and Development Fund, London Arts 2002-2003 

9 241

Résumés, notes, research and media for Ian White application for Paul Hamlyn Foundation grant application 2009 

9 242

Series VIII: Research and Photocopied Material 

box folder

Notes and research on Pauline Boudry and Renata Lorenz, "Salomania" 2009 

9 243

Handwritten notes and assorted annotated research 2011 

9 244

Correspondence, research and promotional material relating to Nick Relph and Oliver Payne n.d. 

9 245

Photocopies and notes on New York School artists and poets n.d. 

9 246

Assorted photocopied essays and publication excerpts collected for research purposes (Folder 1/3) n.d. 

9 247

Assorted photocopied essays and publication excerpts collected for research purposes (Folder 2/3) n.d. 

9 248

Assorted photocopied essays and publication excerpts collected for research purposes (Folder 3/3) n.d. 

9 249

Handwritten notes and assorted annotated research (Folder 1/2) n.d. 

9 250

Handwritten notes and assorted annotated research (Folder 2/2) n.d. 

9 251

Series IX: Promotional Material from Attended Exhibitions and Events 

box folder

Promotional material collected from exhibitions and events attended by Ian White 2002-2004 

9 252

Promotional material collected from exhibitions and events attended by Ian White (UK and Germany) 2009 

9 253

Promotional material collected from exhibitions and events attended by Ian White (UK and Germany) 2010 

9 254

Promotional material collected from exhibitions and events attended by Ian White (UK and Germany) 2011 

9 255

Promotional material collected from exhibitions and events attended by Ian White (UK and Germany) 2012 

10 256

Promotional material collected from exhibitions and events attended by Ian White (UK and Germany) n.d. 

10 257

Maps collected by Ian White from various locations n.d. 

10 258

Business cards collected by Ian White n.d. 

10 259

Series X: Financial Invoices 

box folder

Outgoing invoices 2002 

10 260

Outgoing invoices 2003 

10 261

Outgoing invoices 2004 

10 262

Outgoing invoices 2005 

10 263

Outgoing invoices 2006 

10 264

Outgoing invoices 2007 

10 265

Outgoing invoices 2008 

10 266

Outgoing invoices 2009 

10 267

Outgoing invoices 2010 

10 268

Series XI: Notebooks 

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Notebook 1 Notebook, 6 x 4 x 1 inch. Black cover, water damaged. First page, "Whitechapel". Includes notes on various projects including "Kinomuseum" at Oberhausen Short Film Festival; "Marriage à la Mode et Cor Anglais", with Jimmy Robert; Klaus Weber: "Der Geist ist ein Waterfall", Showroom MAMA, Rotterdam, Netherlands; IBIZA performance. n.d. 

10 269

Notebook 2 Notebook, 6 x 4 x 1 inch. Black cover. First page, "James Benning" Includes notes about exhibitions IW viewed, including some notes for various published writings on Catherine Sullivan and Paul McCarthy. n.d. 

10 270

Notebook 3 Notebook, 5 x 3.2 x .2 in., spiral bound, black cover. First page, "There are no members...". Includes notes from trip to Gwangju Biennial, Korea. 2004 

10 271

Notebook 4 Notebook, 5 x 3.2 x .2 in., spiral bound, black cover. Label: "Liverpool Biennial 2004." First page, "LIVERPOOL." Includes notes from Liverpool Biennial 2004 2004 

10 272

Notebook 5 Notebook, 5 x 3.2 x .2 in., spiral bound, red cover. Text on cover, "Shelley, Rotterdam, Klaus Der Geist." First page, "WG Dance." Includes notes on Klaus Weber exhibition, "Der Geist ist ein Waterfall", Showroom MAMA, Rotterdam, Netherlands 2005 

10 273

Notebook 6 Notebook, 5 x 3.2 x .2 in., spiral bound, red cover. First page: pen drawing of face with grid, "me" on verso. Includes general notes of films and events viewed by IW and sketches 2005 

10 274

Notebook 7 Notebook, 8 x 5 x 1 in., spiral bound, black cover. Text, "MIF" on cover. First page, "07/07 Ben & Lux Mike". Includes notes and research from LUX Artists' Moving Image Festival for London 2004 

10 275

Notebook 8 Notebook, 8.4 x 5 x .1 in. Brown cover. Text, "FRONT" on cover. First page, "June 07, Marriage a la Mode et Cor Anglais." Includes notes for performance ""Marriage à la Mode et Cor Anglais", with Jimmy Robert 2007 

10 276

Notebook 9 Notebook, A4. Blue cover, "A4 Standard Refill Pad." First page, "Style Council 4 Internatationalists." Notes and lists about music. n.d. 

10 277

Notebook 10 Notebook, 6 x 4 x .5 in., black cover, spine, "Ruled Ryman." Includes black ink drawings of rectangles and shapes. n.d. 

10 278

Notebook 11 Notebook, 6 x 4 x 1 in., black cover, spine, "Ruled Ryman." Includes black and blue ink drawings of rectangles and shapes n.d. 

10 279

Series XII: Media 

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Cassette tape, TDX FE Ferric 90, label: "Video Feedback" n.d. 

11

Cassette tape, TDX FE Ferric 90, labels: "A- Ken Hollings 15/5/01"; "Ken Hollings 29/5/01"; "But Then... 3"4" 2001 

11

Cassette tape, TDX FE Ferric 90, label: "Quebec Tape 1" n.d. 

11

Cassette tape, TDK 90, labels: "Utopia 1/Saturday 04/12/04"; "Ursula Biemann Intro to Performing at the Border, Q&A"; "Helena Maleno Intro to Europlex" 2004 n.d. 

11

Cassette tape, TDK 90, labels: "Ken Hollings"; "A- Ken Hollings 10/5/01"; "B-Camilla/Fucklands Q+A 11/4/01" October-November 2001 

11

Cassette tape, TDK SF-90, labels: tracklist for "The Very Best of the Mamas and the Papas"; "Mangina" n.d. 

11

Cassette tape, Sonomax 90, label: "Ken Hollings, But Then II" n.d. 

11

Cassette tape, TDK SA90, label: "Quebec Tape 3" n.d. 

11

Cassette tape, TDK 90, labels: "Utopia 1/Sunday"; "Helena Maleno Intro to Frontera Sur & Paralglo 36"; "Utopia 1/Sunday 05/12/04" 2004 

11

Cassette tape, Maxell UDII 46, label: "Music for Divine David @ Manchester Neil Kaczor" n.d. 

11

Cassette tape, label: track listing and cast information; "Stravinsky-- Oedipus Rex" n.d. 

11

VHS, TDK E-HG, labels: "Reactalite (Pyramus), Ian White, 1997"; "Reactalite (Pyramus) (Master)" 1997 

11

VHS, Mistsubishi E-180, label: "Reactalite Crash Edit 1" n.d. 

11

VHS, TDK 240, label: "Doc of Quebec (Vid/Vid Copy)" n.d. 

11

VHS, Konica Super SG, label: "Ian White, 071 240 4699, 'So I face the Bedroom Wall', Stoke, March 1995" 1995 

11

VHS, JVC E-240, labels: "N00380 C"; "Black Flags/Ian White" n.d. 

11

VHS, WH Smith E180, labels: "©1999, Holland/Beresford/Hollands, Fuck the Fucking Lot of You, Filmed by White"; "Fuck the Fucking Lot of You, Holland/Bereford/Hollands, Filmed by White, 1999." Includes postcard "Holland Beresford Hollands, The blues had a baby and they called in rock and roll. Thanks for all your help and support" 1999 

11

VHS, PAL SECAM, label: "Holland/Beresford/Hollands/ White Film The Fucking Lot of You" n.d. 

11

VHS, JVC SX, label: "Oedipus 'Copy'" n.d. 

11

VHS, TDK 240, label: "The Divine David Presents 55" n.d. 

11

VHS, label: "'6 things...' Rijksaka demie, Sunday, November 7th 2004" 2004 

11

VHS, MGM HG, label: "Newstext & Rollercoaster 24'" n.d. 

11

VHS, Gold, case: "Reprojection Showreel #1, running time c. 6'"; "Reprojection Showreel #1"; "Contact: Ian White, Work Tel: 0171 713 7370, Home Tel: 0171 240 8213, Email: ianwht@aol.com, Flat 5, 121 Long Acre, London, WC2E 9PA, ©2000", labels on case: "Credits: Title: Reprojection Showreel #1, By: James B.L. Hollands, Ian White, Jim Beresford, c. 6 mins, 2000"; "Spot 22" 2000 

11

VHS, JVC 180 SX, labels: "N00380 A"; "Gainsborough 182" n.d. 

11

VHS, TDK E-HG, labels: "Reactalite (Pyramus), NTSC"; "Reactalite (Pyramus), NTSC, Crash Edit" n.d. 

11

VHS, TDK E-HG, labels: "Joe Coleman in Conversation with The Divine David, 20', 5/8/98, Prod., Ed., Ian White"; "Joe Coleman in Conversation with The Divine David, 8/5/98, 20' Prod., Ed: Ian White" 1998 

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VHS, JVC E-180, labels: "Crusing/Reason to Live 5' Version, Dockyard Doris 12', Ebon-Knee 7'"; "Cruising/Reason to Live, Dockyard Doris, Ebon-Knee" n.d. 

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VHS, TDK HS, label: "Ignoramus first cut" n.d. 

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VHS, label: "Tape 4 Ian PREVIEW!!" n.d. 

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VHS, TDK 180, label: "The Neon Gainsborough" n.d. 

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Cassette, TDK SA 90, labels: "Ian-Medea"; "Ian A-Medea" n.d. 

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Cassette, TDK DIEC 90, labels: "Wojnarowicz Prog 1 Intro"; "Wojnarowicz Prog 2 Intro"; "David Wojnarowicz A Prog, 1 Intro // 3 Prog, 2 Intro"; "David Wojnarowicz Prog 1 Intro, David Wojnarowicz Prog 2 Intro" n.d. 

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Cassette, TDK DIEC 90, labels: "Telephone conversation, William Akuffo, 05.03.05, Ian White Utopia"; "William Akuffo/Ian White, Introduction 05.03.05" n.d. 

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CD, Verbatim CD-RW, labels: "MAW converation"; "MAW" n.d. 

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Oversize Series I 

box folder

Newspaper, tabloid, fashion and adult magazine clippings collected by Ian White. Also includes Greek pottery collage materials n.d. 

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Assorted UK newspaper clippings collected by Ian White regarding soccer and art events 2001-2004 

14 281

A3 doublesided prints for "6 things we couldn't do but can do now," performance with Jimmy Robert, Tate Modern, London November-December 2004 

15 282

Large folded poster for "Temenos 2008," Agra Publications 2008 

15 283

Posters for Emily Roysdon and Ian White exhibition, "Interim," at Chisenhale, London 22 April 2010 

15 284

"IW Museum Interior A3 photocopy stack," photocopy of image of museum interior, repeatedly reworked by Ian White 

15 285

Research on Hogarth, photocopies, postcards, correspondence, notes related to performance "Marriage à la Mode et Cor Anglais," with Jimmy Robert 2007-2009 

15 286

Collaged and drawn Safe Sex Awareness Day posters Early 1990s 

15 287

Pencil and ink figure drawings by Ian White; collages 24 January 1992 April 1997 n.d. 

15 288

Correspondence and photocopied drawings from Anthony McCall, relating to works, "Passage," and "Doubling Back; Installation Drawing and Film Frames" 2003 n.d. 

16 289

Painting, watercolor on paper, black square, 23 x 28 in n.d. 

16 290
box

Ian White death mask from Horse Hospital event n.d. 

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oversize

"Richard Serra" drawing with charcoal, collage, paint, 58 x 40.5 in n.d. 

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Painting with black rectangles of various sizes, 44 x 59 in n.d. 

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Painting with larger black rectangles and tear on top of paper, 47 x 58.5 in n.d. 

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