August 2017: studio research begins on We are all made of stars, 360 camera bought, pulsars identified by Matthew Whiteside and more updates to follow here and on Twitter @spin_network
July: Giving a paper on the theoretical background that is shaping We are all made of stars at University of Chichester's research conference.
June: I'm going to be working on our Spin Network commission with DP Philip Robertson and actor and aerialist Milton Lopes to explore VR, performance and arial dance in Glasgow on We are all made of stars (WAAMOS)
Composer Matthew Whiteside and I have finally decided on a name for our work together and it's Spin Network follow @network_spin for updates.
May 2017: Arts Council England have funded the development of We are all made of stars, an AR installation commissioned by Magnetic North.
April 2017: Delighted to announce that I'm now a Reader in Choreography and Digital Technologies at University of Chichester, looking forward to finding new ways to explore bodies and screens and share that research.
March 2017: Wave Function developed with Matthew Whiteside was shown at New Music Festival in Bruges
February 2017: I'm at University Wolverhampton on the 21st February where I'm giving a public lecture on what dance-trained screen-artists might bring to cinema.
January 2017: R and D with Matthew Whiteside for our new AV installation and Transmedia project commissioned by Magnetic North, it's called we are all made of stars
November 2016: Great to be at the Lightmoves Symposium in Limerick giving a paper on Eva Szeze's 1968 animation Cosmic Zoom
October 2016:I'm artist in residence at the International Museum of Surgical Science in Chicago. While in here I'm giving at talk on filmmaking and performance at the School of The Arts Insitute of Chicago in the Performance Department. Meanwhile in London Pan's People Papers is being shown at MozFest 16 28th - 30th October.
September 2016: I've been collaborating with composer Matthew Whiteside on a new AV work Wave Function. We're exploring new ways to develop moving image installation, this animation uses material sourced from The Preminger Archive.
The Pan's People Papers website archive is now online, had a great time working in collaboration with Birmingham based designer studio An Endless Supply. The new site includes the full text of the three day online work, a glossary mixing fact and fiction, a contextual essay and new visual material.
July 2016: I was resident at The Lemon Tree in Aberdeen as part of Magnetic North's Rough Mix programme developing a new performance and film project Digiphreniacs.
July 2016: Edits Film is being screened at BALTIC in Newcastle on Saturday 9th July as part of Curious? LGBTQ Arts Festival for the North East.
May 2016: ATOM-r from Chicago have been resident company at University of Chichester as part of an exchange programme.They've been working in mixed reality in developing their new work. In the return leg of the exchange I'll be in Chicago in October 2016.http://atom-r.com/
April 2016:Proud to say that Simon Vincenzi's extraordinary,strange web archive project www.operationinfinity.org features me writing as theatre critic Gideon Mobrois.
February 2016: I'm presenting a paper: The Glamorous Archive at the Digital Echoes symposium at University of Coventry on 4th March. The symposium this year explores participation and I will be speaking about the role of online archives in researching The Pan's People Papers.
January 2016: I'm working at Greenwich Dance Agency with choreographer Lea Anderson and D.P Becky Edmunds.
We are so pleased to be collaborating again with dance artists Kath Duggan(Punchdrunk)Innpang Ooi (Akram Khan)and Cecilia Watts and welcome new cast members Harry Alexander(Michael Clark Company)and Makiko Aoyama (Frauke Requardt)
Image of Kath Duggan and rehearsal still by Becky Edmunds