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.
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.
Rob’s score for Antonio (15 mins)
Antonio’s score for Rob (15 mins)
Antonio and Rob’s conversation for RiDE (15 mins)
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