Practice Research
Focused on arguing and evidencing the case for a 'second wave' of practice research, my interests in this field began with my Practice-as-Research PhD and now inform my co-editorship of a new section for Studies in Theatre and Performance called 'Practice Matters'. This online section aims to evidence a second wave approach by sustaining a peer-reviewed accessible archive of practice research portfolios.
Projects
Blog post
My attendance at the Goldsmiths The Future of Practice Research event confirmed two things. Firstly, that I was not alone in wanting to move on from the defensive positions cultivated over the last 20 years. The proposal to focus on the future chimed with my own belief that the argument that 'practice matters' had been won (at least administratively).
Conference Paper
My attendance at the Goldsmiths The Future of Practice Research event confirmed two things. Firstly, that I was not alone in wanting to move on from the defensive positions cultivated over the last 20 years. The proposal to focus on the future chimed with my own belief that the argument that 'practice matters' had been won (at least administratively).
Section Co-Editorship
We are please to announce that Studies in Theatre & Performance will be hosting a new section dedicated to Practice-as-Research. As co-editors of this new section, Victor Ladron de Guevara and I are looking to promote PaR
Research Collaboration
The Food Project is composed of an international group of artists (actors, directors, scenographers, architects and academics) working to investigate how women perform questions of identity and social politics through the practices of food preparation, eating, and cleaning.
PhD Research Project
Utopian Theatres. This research project examines the dramaturgical implications of three historically significant unrealized theatres. The objective was to form new insights on these seldom examined theatres through the process of computer-based 3D visualization.