The main output of this project is John Latham's online archive hosted at: http://www.ligatus.org.uk/aae (aae stands for Archive As Event). This is implemented with Creative Archiving principles as explained here and here. The online archive holds a description of every item in Latham's archive accompanied by a photograph of the item. The descriptions include:
The Portable John Latham features a selection of documents from the personal archive of the late British artist John Latham, presently maintained in his last home and studio in Peckham, South London. Through reproductions of letters, invitation cards, exhibition reviews, performance scripts and images, the publication retraces Latham’s pioneering practice over six decades, from the late 1940s to his death in 2006.
Anarchive was an exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery which explored Latham's work and personal papers.
The exhibition explored the fundamental concepts that shaped his art, also including material from Flat Time House.
This was the first public presentation of the project's work by Antony Hudek and Athanasios Velios. The presentation included a basic introduction on the concepts of the online John Latham Archive and a performance/presentation of Mitya. A discussion on the subject followed.
The study day was organised by ARLIS at the Tate.
This was presented at the Archiving the Artist ARLIS study day as part of the Mitya presentation and it included some material from the archive as well as extracts from Latham's writings justifying the metaphor of the three brothers in the online archive.
Edited by Antony Hudek.
Published by Occasional Papers.