Accepting PhD Students

    PhD projects

    As the joint holder of the first co-authored practice as research PhD to be undertaken within the UK, I have a long-held commitment to innovation in research practice. Having served as co-director for the AHRC funded 3D3 Centre for Doctoral Training (2015-19), I have worked with a wide variety of students to support methodological innovation in the arts. I have supervised to completion the following projects: exploring the revivification of the dead voice (Ciaran Clark); Methods and Technologies for the Analysis and Interactive Use of Body Movements in Instrumental Music Performance (Federico Visi); Inscribing a Gendered Body Through Play in the Public Built Environment Danielle Abulhawa); Reflections On Leaking Men And Abject Masculinities: Challenging Representations Of Male Identity In And Through Body-Based Performance Art (Mark Flisher); Challenging Fragmentation: Overcoming the Subject-Object Divide through the Integration of Art-Making and Material Culture Studies (Andrew Cope). I currently supervise students with projects exploring collaboration, direct action and drag, and have examined PhD projects in the UK and Europe. My own research interests include audience studies, sited-performance, strategies for creative collaboration, live and performance art, microperformativity, long-durational performance, and embodied knowledge. I would be happy to hear from applicants interested in opening a discussion about possible supervision in any of the areas outlined above.


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