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Since the mid 1990s, Deller’s work has frequently forged unexpected encounters between diverse constituencies, and displays a strong interest in class, subculture and selforganisation – interests that have taken the form both of performances (Acid Brass, 1996) and temporary exhibitions (Unconvention, 1999; Folk Archive, 2000–; From One Revolution to Another, 2008). The Battle of Orgreave is perhaps his best-known work, a performance re-enacting a violent clash between miners and mounted policeman in 1984.
Even if art engages with ‘real people’, this art is ultimately produced for, and consumed by, a middle-class gallery audience and wealthy collectors. This argument can be challenged in several ways. ’83 This injunction to activate is pitched both as a counter to false consciousness and as a realisation of the essence of art and theatre as real life. indd 37 18/05/2012 10:20:58 a rt i f i c i a l h e l l s passive always ends up in deadlock: either a disparagement of the spectator because he does nothing, while the performers on stage do something – or the converse claim that those who act are inferior to those who are able to look, contemplate ideas, and have critical distance on the world.
The Battle of Orgreave Archive is therefore a double archive: a record of the riot in 1984 and the strike leading up to it, but also of the artist’s reinterpretation of these events in a performance seventeen years later. 70 And yet I would like to suggest that The Battle of Orgreave also problematises what we mean today when we refer to a work of art as ‘political’. 77 In this brief survey of responses to The Battle of Orgreave, the ‘political’ has myriad connotations: it denotes the theme of a strike, a conflict between the people and the government, the adoption of a working-class perspective, the artist’s failure to withstand state co-option, his updating of key Marxist tenets, performance as a critical mode of historical representation, and the nostalgic use of the insignia of working-class demonstrations.