Choreographer, Dancer, Producer, Researcher
Greta Is currently a PhD student at Coventry University, Centre of Dance Research. Her research interests and profile can be found HERE.
My current research is about exploring new practical working methods to recreate touch-like sensations over distance or online. My findings can be seminal to how touch will be understood or negotiated online in the future.
“Reimagining Intimacy: Immersive and Participatory Performance in the Era of Covid-19”
Pecha-Kucha presentation about my practical research investigating how we can create intimacy and touch-like sensations during a performance set-up.
Currently under review with the Journal of Medical Internet Research
Suddenly hands-off: A thematic synthesis of qualitative studies of creatively adapted touch-based practices to suit the online format in the context of COVID-19
Access here: https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/46355
MFA In Choreography Thesis -
Remembering Touch: A Practical Investigation into the Role of Touch and Proximity in Performance and Beyond
Submitted at the Trinity Laban Conservatoire 2019
More information here
MA in Performance Research, Thesis:
Choreographing for Museums or Galleries: An Interview Study of Choreographers’ Experiences.
Submitted at London Contemporary Dance School