TitleP-Form Magazine
Descriptionissues of the Chicago-based performance art journal from 1986 - 1999. (Four issues were unavailable at the time of deposit, and so are missing from the sequence: February/March 1988 Vol/NoVol. 3, No. 1 [No. 8]; issue 16; issue 21; issue 22)
Date1986 - 1999
Related MaterialA full set of P-Form is held at The School of the Art Institute Chicago [SAIC]. Digitised covers and contents for the missing issues from this collection are available to view online
AdminHistoryP-Form is a performance art magazine that ran from 1986 to 1999. It was generally published four to six times a year by Randolph Street Gallery, an experimental not-for-profit arts organisation in Chicago existing from 1979 to 1998. It was started in order to facilitate a dialogue with the rest of the world about performance art in Chicago, providing the public with up-do-date information and giving performance artists exposure. Issues are comprised of articles, reviews, interviews and performance texts, often revolving around a central theme, such as censorship, audio art or illness, for example. P-Form was printed and distributed in Austin, Texas; Santa Fe, New Mexico; Brooklyn, New York; and Chicago.
ArrangementArranged chronlogically, by issue number
Extent1 box
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