Composite Bodies

Helen Bailey, James Hewison, James Hewison (Performer)

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Abstract

Ersatz Dance and the e-dance project: James Hewison was a research collaborator, creative artist and performer in the e-dance project (funded by JISC, AHRC £400,000.00) from 2008 to 2010. Professor Helen Bailey (University of Bedfordshire) was the Principal Investigator with co-investigators from University of Manchester and The Open University. The project’s artistic and practice-based output was realised through the work of Ersatz Dance Company (Dir. Bailey), for which Hewison was an Associate Director, creative-collaborator and performer. The following sub-categories list the various outputs from that project: Composite Bodies (2010). (Dir. Bailey) was a choreographic practice-led research outcome. Live networked performance, quartet performed by Amalia Garcia, River Carmalt, Marina Collard and James Hewison, 15-minutes in length.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherErsatz Dance
Publication statusPublished - 2010
EventComposite Bodies - University of Bedfordshire, United Kingdom
Duration: 1 Jan 2010 → …

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Bailey, H. (Author), Hewison, J. (Author), & Hewison, J. (Performer). (2010). Composite Bodies. Performance, Ersatz Dance.
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Composite Bodies. Bailey, Helen (Author); Hewison, James (Author); Hewison, James (Performer). 2010. Ersatz DanceEvent: Composite Bodies, University of Bedfordshire, United Kingdom.

Research output: Non-textual formPerformance

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