This research was undertaken as part of a taught programme of study at the Faculty of Education (Royal Academy of Dance) by Poppy Barnes, an independent researcher and graduate of the Faculty of Education.
Dancing and Site: sense of place, sensory awareness and the site-specific choreographer
Poppy Barnes, 2019
From the Dissertation:
In Chapter 2, primary research will be presented and analysed. In order to compare varying choreographic perspectives on utilising site- specific work to achieve sense of place and increased audience attention, the following choreographers will be interviewed: Marylee Hardenbergh, situated in Minnesota; Bethan Peters, who is based in the UK; and Leah Stein, established in Philadelphia; along with reference to their selected choreographic works.[pdf-embedder url=”https://www.globalsiteperformance.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/2019-Poppy-Barnes-Dissertation_Global-Site-Performance.pdf” title=”2019 Poppy Barnes Dissertation_Global Site Performance”]