After a shortened but nonetheless intensive and fruitful period of working, I am happy to announce the release of a video tutorial (43 mins) introducing one of the main outcomes of my doctoral research, the so-called ‘research score’. The piece can be freely accessed in the Research Catalogue. The tutorial focuses on the specific practical … More Published: Video Tutorial Introducing The Research Score
With the Research Catalogue, the Society for Artistic Research has created an open-access rich media online platform that enables artists and researchers worldwide to archive, document and arrange their work materials free of charge and make them accessible to their colleagues and the interested public. This fall, in a joint pilot project together with co-researchers … More Research Pilot Project: “Embodied Research in a Digital Environment:The ‘Research Catalogue’ as an Extended Studio?”
The Lectio Praecursoria of my Defense (19.09.2020) has recently been published in the open access online journal RUUKKU – Studies in Artistic Research (15). To access the publication click on the title above and from there this LINK.
“How do form and sense come to play in artistic research? How to transpose materiality, corporeality and/or ephemerality of artistic or pedagogic practice into research exposition or commentary? How to approach writing in a way that reflects and benefits the processes of artistic research?” These are some of the questions raised by the call for … More On the poetics of form in artistic research: Release of ‘Nivel’
On Wednesday 30th of November, a symposium was held at Senate House in London in order to celebrate the launch of the special issue ‘On Showing and Writing Training’ by the journal ‘Theatre, Dance and Performance Training’. Guest editor Mary Paterson invited me to join a panel on ‘Writing’. My contribution to the journal, the … More Journal Launch/Symposium: On Showing and Writing Training
As part of my research exposition on October 1st at the Theatre Academy Helsinki, which is externally examined as the 2nd artistic/practical part of my doctorate the Performing Arts Research Centre, I have made a video that documents a discussion with the members of my research team about the relationship between my practice-as-research and the … More “One-on-One”: Video as part of the Research Exposition at the Theatre Academy (October 1st, 2016)
Call for Participation: Body Weather Manipulations Intensive December 3/4, 2015, Dock 11, Berlin With Frank van de Ven and Christine Quoiraud Convened by Joa Hug The Manipulations are one of the core practices of Body Weather performance training. As a hands-on practice that is conducted in couples, they are concerned with breathing, the release … More