I am a senior lecturer in dance at The University of Waikato. Recent research interests include collaborative artistic research, feminist choreographic practices, embodiment and alternative writing practices.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Embodied Engagement in Arts Research

The focus of this paper is to argue the case for embodied ways of knowing in arts research, and to suggest a process for undertaking embodied research.

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Engaging Delight: A Case Study of Site-specific Dance in Public City Gardens

A discussion and reflection on the experience of creating site-specific performances in public spaces, with reference to on-going participation in the Hamilton Gardens Arts Festival.

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Privileging Embodied Experience in Digital Dance: Lucid and Liminal Imagery

Considering video/digital space as a site for dance, I explore the nature of ‘lucid’ and ‘liminal’ imagery with reference to two short works.

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Places We Call Home: Representing Place and Identity in Contemporary Dance Performance

This presentation offers a discussion of creative practice research investigating methods of representing place and identity in contemporary dance, and contributing to critical, socio-cultural understandings of identity, home and place.

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Published Online: November 15, 2016

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