photo-2My recently completed PhD research was entitled ‘Towards an Ecological Performance Aesthetic for the Bio-Urban: A Non-Anthropocentric Theory’.

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Conferences Presentations

2014 Bioperformativity, ASTR, Ecology in/and/of Performance working session, Baltimore.

2014 Ecological sentinels: Indigenous heroes or colonial cliché?, TaPRA, Royal Holloway.

2014 The Bricolage Aesthetic in Ecological Performance, IFTR, University of Warwick.

2014 Ecodramaturgy: An Introduction, Australasian Association for Theatre, Drama and Performance Studies, Victoria University of Wellington.

2014 It’s the Skin You’re Living In: Ecological Anthropomorphism?, Animal Encounters: Performance, Animality & Posthumanism, Roehampton University.

2014 The Bio-Urban in Performance, Performance, Place, Possibility, University of Leeds.

2014 Where We Live: The Aesthetics of Home in Ecological Performance, Intersections, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.

2013 Trans-Plantable: Growing Speed from Seed through Trans-national Performance” (with Bronwyn Preece), TaPRA, University of Glasgow.

2013 Nature and the Urban in Performance, IFTR, Barcelona.

2013 Ecological Time and Sensorial Space in ‘Speed of Light’, 
Performance Studies International, Stanford University.

2013 Bioremedial Performance: The Blurring of Art and Ecology, 
Colloquium of Performance Research, Royal Central School of Speech & Drama.

2012 Message in the Water: The Ecological Aesthetics of Site-based Performance, ASTR, Nashville.

2012 Being Well in Nature: dwelling, attending, performing, 
TaPRA, Applied and Social Theatre Working Group, University of Kent.

2012 Dwelling, Relating, Performing: A Nature-based Lecture, 
Environmental Utterance Conference, University of Falmouth.


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