Cormac Power (2008) .... [highlights] the key aspect of the liveness of a performance, as opposed to a live recording or broadcast, which is 'the potential for discourse between the processes of presentation and the processes of preparation...and reception', which 'are never finished until the performance is 'finished'' (in Power 2008: 157). Scott, J., 2012. Dispersed and Dislocated: The construction of liveness in live intermedial performance. Body, Space & Technology, 11. DOI: http://doi.org/10.16995/bst.75 ... – Read more.
One of my specialities is being able to navigate the unknown. In all my work, whether for governments or galleries, I experiment. These experiments are open ended. Often I use experimental methods that lead but never define or restrict my research. They grow. Here some glimpses of methods that I used, sketched, sculpted, transformed and trashed throughout my Reseach at the Filmacademy, the most important one you can find under the post Dreaming like an Alien. Artistic research Method developed for Glasgow based curator ... – Read more.