Issue 1: A manifesto for practice that makes us possible

A manifesto for practice that makes us possible

Sound editing: Jeffrey Holdaway

Manifesto Page 1

Alys Longley is an interdisciplinary artist, writer and teacher. Alys’s work exists as live performance, artist-book, installation, scholarly texts, experimental essays, film, education curriculum, poetry, performance writing and lecture-demonstration, and has a recent focus on mistranslation studies. Alys is an Associate Professor in the Department of Dance Studies, University of Auckland.

Becca Wood works in performance practices that slip between bodily, spatial and digital environments. Having coined the term ‘choreoauratics’, her practice entangles somatically informed choreography and sonic investigations with philosophies of listening, the body, place, digital technologies and sociality. Becca is Discipline Leader: Postgraduate Studies in Creative Industries at Unitec, Tamaki Mākaurau.

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