Personal papers of Stuart Brisley

[c.1953–2007]

collection owner: Stuart Brisley, ‘Personal papers of Stuart Brisley’ [c.1953–2007]

Items chosen from this collection for digitisation include project files and a notebook kept by the artist which document important performances, installations, exhibitions and sound works, and a series of photographic boards created during Stuart Brisley's time as Community Artist with the Artist Project Peterlee. There is also an important piece of source material relating to the work, 'A study for 'Seminal Sequences'', 1995-1996, by Stuart Brisley. This work is currently in the British Museum.

Details of the remainder of the collection can be found on the Archive catalogue.

Collection Owner
Stuart Brisley born 1933
Collection
Tate Archive
Acquisition
All papers (except the Peterlee project) presented to Tate Archive by Stuart Brisley, November 2011. [The boards relating to the Peterlee project was relocated from the APG archives (TGA 20045), date of entry 2004 to Stuart Brisley's archives (TGA 201114), date of entry 2013.]
Reference
TGA 201114

137 objects in this collection

Title
File labelled, ‘Texts. Helmsley Rd + odds & bits’
Date
[c.1979–91]
Description
This file consists of material relating to various works by Stuart Brisley. The material consists of notes and writings relating to important sound works such as 'Helmsley Rd' and 'Institute for Measurement and Control (towards the intermediary zone)', documentation relating to Stuart Brisley's attendance at 'A Seminar Concerning the Art Education in the Nordic Academies of Fine Arts', and correspondence, notes and writings, and press releases concerning other works by Stuart Brisley, many of which are part of the 'Georgiana Collection'.
Reference
TGA 201114/3/10