Research Projects

Aside from my doctoral research, I maintain a portfolio of research projects including various outputs. My academic role at Middlesex University facilitates this area of my work.

Projects include:

TransDisciplinary Improvisation Network (TIN)

Article for RiDE – Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance

Chapter (upcoming) for OUP – Handbook of Improvisation

Article (upcoming) for IFF – International Feldenkrais Federation Journal

RiDE – Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance – special themed issue on Precariousness and the Performance of Welfare. Upcoming article co-authored with Antonio de la Fe On ‘A Piece for Two (Lovers)’ – an unrehearsed performance piece. This essay draws attention to the way in which A Piece for Two (Lovers), created and performed by myself and de la Fe, theatricalised its inherent precariousness.

TransDisciplinary Improvisation Network (TIN) – founder member of this Middlesex University based research cluster which aims to integrate international interest and activity relating to transdisciplinary improvisation performance practice