School of Contemporary Music - Theses
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Listening art: making sonic artworks that critique listening
Sonic artists and listeners to sonic artworks tend to take for granted that how a listener listens to a sonic artwork affects what that listener perceives that sonic artwork to be, through the listener’s inclusion, exclusion, ...
Transmedia storytelling: relocating the Broadway musical across the digital domain as scalable enterprise
The Broadway musical is a high-risk, commercial, theatre enterprise with correspondingly high rates of non-success in terms of return-on-investment (ROI). The capital formation required for a Broadway production is ...
Toward an understanding between corporeality, improvisation and inhabited space
This practice-led research project probes how to sustain the methodology of a well-developed solo practice as performer/maker, whilst moving toward choreographic development on other bodies. ...
Displacing ritual/shifting meaning
This exegesis discusses the inception, process and conclusion of the new work Displacing Ritual/Shifting Meaning, which was the outcome of this practice-based research. Unearthing elemental components of dance ritual I ...
Dialogical dancing: illuminating dimensionality in solo dance practice
This research manuscript directly pertains to and partially documents my practice-led solo investigation Dialogical Dancing as undertaken toward the Masters of Choreography (by Research). It has been composed to support ...