Through my experiences and travels I reflect on my practice: writing is a record of this process. I have posted some of these ponderings on the body, performance, dance etc., written in a loose way that follows the shape of my thoughts.
During my time in Japan I also used writing in the form of interviews and conversations to develop my ideas around the notion of ‘Contemporary Butoh’. These interviews now form part of another personal project and are no longer available online.
- What is the Contemporary? – a review of three performances
- Half a century of Butoh –Interview with Koichi Tamano
- Seeing Butoh: Temmetsu’s ‘Sacred Things’
- Butoh Utopias and Akira Kasai’s ‘Utrobne’ >>
- Why perform >>
- Discovering ‘Butoh quality’ >>