Book chapter: ‘The Holding Space: Body of (as) Knowledge’ in forthcoming body^space^object edited collection. Basingstoke, Palgrave Publishers. Inclusion confirmed and publication date tbc.
Performances of Please Do Touch at Leicester New Walk Museum and Art Gallery, Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 December 2018 (see Media to watch the work)
Presentation at Practice/Research symposium at Leeds Beckett University, 5 July 2017
Performance of ‘Body of Knowledge’ at Nottingham Castle Museum and Arts Gallery, in Dance4's Nottdance Festival, Sunday 12th March 2017 (see Media to watch the work)
Conversation chaired by Betsy Gregory at Nottingham Castle Museum and Arts Gallery, in Dance4's Nottdance Festival, Sunday 12th March 2017 (see Media to watch the work)
Two open residency days at The Silk Mill Museum, Derby, Saturday 7 January and Saturday 11 March 2017
Workshop, 'What's in your archive?' at Dance4's iC4C, 26 February 2017
Performance: 'Handle with Care' and panel discussion at InDialogue symposium, Nottingham Contemporary, 1st & 2nd December 2016 (see Media to watch the work)
Hosting an artist’s dinner at Dance4's iC4C, 16 September 2016
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