Tag Archive for research methods

Experiences of sporting performance

A series of intervention case studies using drawing to examine personal and collective experiences of sports performance, training and learning. Sports include figure skating, tennis and rugby.  

Vesper – a performance/scenography as research project

@ Edinburgh Fringe Festival. C South. Venue 58. August 2016. Performing with, through and on ice-skates. Re-thinking what it is to dance on ice; re-thinking what it is to scenograph. Sketchbook snapshot: Inspired by Dialogues with Scott Graham, his workshop and the performances by Frantic Assembly. Tipping Point. Ockhams Razor. Drawings of and practice with Parkour Generations. The performances of and dialogues…

Drawing and performance/scenography as research

Scenography. 2016. Paper submitted.   Using scenography to examine performance training practices: ‘Learning from athleticism: creating the space for artistic flow.’ A short historical exploration and comparative study of scenographic duets used in selected performance / performance training practices in 1950’s cinematic dance and parkour. Theatre, Dance and Performance Training journal blog. August 2016. (Developed from journal paper, Parkour as a Pas de Deux.)…

'There are times when the simple dignity of movement can fulfill the function of a volume of words.' - Doris Humphrey.