|Christopher Bannerman is Head of ResCen and Professor of Dance at Middlesex University. He has served as Chair of Dance UK, Chair of Arts Council England’s Advisory Panel for Dance, as a member of the Trustee’s Committee of Akademi and was a member of the Dance Forum of the Department of Culture Media and Sport.
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|Ola Johansson is Reader in Contemporary Performance Practice at ResCen. He has taught and conducted theoretical and practice-led research in applied performance in the UK, India, Australia, Tanzania and South Africa. Johansson has published two books: Performance and Philosophy: Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Performing Arts (Saarbrücken: VDM Verlag, 2008), and Community Theatre and AIDS (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011). visit Ola’s area|
|Ghislaine Boddington is a ResCen Research Associate Artist. She works as a director and presenter internationally. As Artistic Director of the sound/movement research unit shinkansen (1989-2004) and the Future Physical programme (2001-04) she focused on interauthorship processes and the interaction of the body in digital space. She recently co-founded the London based design unit body>data>space to explore innovative interactive environments.
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|Shobana Jeyasingh is a ResCen Research Associate Artist. She has directed the Shobana Jeyasingh Dance Company since 1988. She has choreographed numerous award winning works and was awarded an MBE in January 1995. She holds an honorary MA from Surrey University and an honorary doctorate from De Montfort University, Leicester.
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|Richard Layzell is a ResCen Research Associate Artist. He is internationally recognised for his work in performance, video and installation and for pioneering a series of innovative residencies in industry, defining the role of the 'visionaire'. The Manifestation, a major work for galleries, in collaboration with Tania Koswycz, is currently on tour. He is the author of The Artist’s Directory, Enhanced Performance and Cream Pages.
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|Rosemary Lee is a ResCen Research Associate Artist. She has been choreographing, performing and directing for twenty years. Her creative output is diverse: large scale site-specific work with mixed age community casts of up to 250, solos for herself and other performers, films for broadcast TV, and most recently, interactive installations such as Remote Dancing premiered at the South Bank Centre.
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|Graeme Miller is a ResCen Research Associate Artist. Emerging from his influential stage work, his current practice as an artist spans installation, video, stage and music. Aside from his teaching and writing he also composes and designs sound for dance theatre and film. His recent works include Bassline and Beheld as well as Linked – a semi-permanent installation of radio transmitters in East London.
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|Errollyn Wallen is a ResCen Research Associate Artist. She is a composer, pianist and singer-songwriter. She has received numerous commissions from many groups and institutions including the BBC and the Royal Opera House. Her music is performed internationally. She founded the group Ensemble X and has performed at venues around the world. She won the 2005 BBC Radio Listeners' Award at the British Composer Awards and was awarded an MBE in 2007.
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