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Keynote address: Rhythmic routes: developing a nomadic physical practice for the daily commute
(The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 2014-12-16) - Journal article,
How can the contemporary performance practitioner maintain a deterritorialised, nomadic existence within the regulated systems of twenty-first century mobile life? Elliott and Urry (2010) argue that ‘life “on the move” ...
World wide wandering: e-drifting in Paris and London
(The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 2013-12) - Journal article,
This article documents and reflects on a series of ‘e-drifts’ conducted in 2012 through the physical and virtual spaces of Paris and London. E-drifting is proposed as a new form of cultural pathfinding for a contemporary ...
Listen to the others: the rehearsal process as a constant act of care
(The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 2018-04-05) - Journal article,
While artists and performance makers use different strategies when engaging with participants in the rehearsal room, their presence provides the practitioner with a chance to care and ethically embed the other’s agency in ...
"More like a poem than a play" : towards a dramaturgy of performing arts for Early Years
(2016-06-23) - Thesis,
This thesis aims to further our understanding of the emergent phenomenon of Theatre for Early Years (TEY) in Scotland. It interrogates a series of artistic practices – traditional, postdramatic, participatory – with the ...