Recent and Forthcoming Publications and Works

Performance Transport Mobility 2

Wilkie, Fiona Performance, Transport and Mobility: Making PassageHoundmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2015

Illuminated Theatre

Kelleher, J. The Illuminated Theatre: Studies on the Suffering of Images, LondonL Routledge, 2015

Plant Science Installation

Forster, E. & Heighes, C. Plant Science, London: Somerset House, Inigo Rooms, 16 May –11 June 2013

For further information see here.

PA Skantze_Itinerant

Skantze, PA, (2013) Itinerant Spectator/Itinerant Spectacle, Brooklyn, NY: punctum books


Heathfield, A. & Jones, A., (eds.) (2012) Perform, Repeat, Record: Live Art in History, Bristol: Intellect Books

Emily Orley_Places Remember Events

Orley, E. (2012) Places Remember Events

Three Installations: In Mercy for a Trespass (Ruislip, London: Manor Farm); A Patina of Antique Filth (London: Shunt Lounge, 2009); Hampstead Road (London: Camden People's Theatre, 2008)

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Bayly, S., (2011) A Pathognomy of Performance, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan

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Gorman, S., (2011) The Theatre of Richard Maxwell and the New York City Players, London: Routledge

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Greenhalgh, S.,(2011) 'A Stage of the Mind: Hamlet on Post-War British Radio' in Holland, P., (ed.) Shakespeare Survey 64: Shakespeare as Cultural Catalyst, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Terry O'Connor_Move

O'Conner, T. (2011) Move.

Move is a creative reserach project devised in collaboration with dancer/choreographer Wendy Houstoun and concerned with methodological democracy in dance/theatre practice.


Parker-Starbuck, J., (2011) Cyborg Theatre, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan

Terry O'Connor_Non

O'Connor, T. (2010) Non

Part of the AHRC Creative Fellowship research project Say the Word, Non explores forms of collaboration that arise from - and in spite of - the 'resistances' of every conversation. An excercise in group authorship built around an invitation to the artist Sophie Calle to produce a single word - 'no' - as a starting point.

Graham White_The Unfortunates

White, Graham. (2010 The Unfortunates.

A practice-as-research adaptation of BS Johnson's 1969 novel. To create a parallel interactive experience of memory’s ‘random’ structure for the audience, the dramatization was available in two forms: as a ‘conventional’ but randomised linear broadcast and as individual sections available on a ‘carousel’ on the BBC Website, which listeners could shuffle as they chose. Read more.


Heathfield, A., (2009) Out of Now: The Lifeworks of Tehching Hsieh, London: Live Art Development Agency

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Kelleher, J., (2009) Theatre & Politics, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan

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Ernst, F. (2008) Allotment.

Three solo performances constructed from almost 20 years of practice: Apple/Seed, Sand/Castle, Passion/Flower. Read more.

Ernst Fischer_Ghost Letters

Fischer, E. (2008) Ghost Letters.

A fluid installation of miniature landscapes/scenarios on free-standing butler trays, constantly made and unmade throughout the performance, traces through this process the imaginary history of the Leibniz performance collective. Read more.


Fischer, E., The Book of Blood, London, 2006; Nottingham, 2007; Glasgow and London, 2008. For further information see here.