My new article has just been published. Read it now at Contemporary Theatre Review.
I also filmed an interview with Kieran Hurley for the journal’s online Interventions section.
Listen to the performance text I recorded at Knepp Wildland Project, written and performed with Jamie Lorimer, Sofie Narbed, Jenny Swingler and Scott Twynholm.
The Six Wild Ways of the Oak is a creative response to the wild ways of the site, focussing on the different topologies through which we might conceive of the oak.
This project was funded as part of Jamie Lorimer’s British Academy Fellowship at the University of Oxford. Thanks to Penny Green, Tom Forward, Rina Quinlan and all the staff at Knepp.
My new article, co-written with Jamie Lorimer, has just been published. Read it in GeoHumanities.
Many thanks to Professor Baz Kershaw for his generous and constructive comments as we revised the essay, and sincere apologies to Baz for omitting acknowledgement of this contribution.
My new ‘essai’ has just been published. Read it in Theatre, Dance and Performance Training
The latest episode focusses on The Majority by Rob Drummond, which I directed in August 2017. Includes interviews with me and Rob, along with researchers Oliver Heath (RHUL) and Kirsty Sedgman (Bristol).
A script for my devised performance, Demises (2007), was published this summer by Oberon in a new book of texts from the first ten years of the Forest Fringe. Purchase a copy here.
A new book about Deep Mapping includes the article I wrote with Dr. Laura Bissell, ‘Regular Routes: Deep Mapping a Performative Counterpractice for the Daily Commute’. Download the PDF version, or purchase a copy here.
CauseWay by Victoria Bianchi, a site-specific performance I directed for the National Trust for Scotland last year, will be presented again at the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum in Alloway, on 10-12 October 2015. Buy tickets here.