CAP in Practice

CAP in Practice2021-03-31T09:10:59+00:00

In a series of interviews and examples from practice, artists share how they are using the Creative Articulations Process in their work. They encompass detailed insights into the facets at work – with writings, drawings and videos of CAP in process, alongside reflections on using CAP in different contexts, from mentoring, to therapy and to teaching in Higher Education.

The interviews were undertaken by Jamieson Dryburgh through 2020 and include the work of the CAP catalyst artists who worked with Vida and Jane to deepen their knowledge of CAP.

We are deeply honoured to share these practices and excited to see CAP manifesting possibilities in a wide range of spheres as it develops through this ongoing work.

Adriana Gabriela Santos Teixeira

Adriana Gabriela Santos Teixeira is a performer and is studying for a PhD at Unicamp, Brazil.  Her areas of interest include studies of ritual and scenic performance, at an interface with feminist, black, decolonial and [...]

Cheryl LaFrance

Cheryl is based in Canada. She has taught academic writing in education for over twenty years and now presents her dancing/writing methods to dance students and [...]

Evelin Keller

Evelin lives in Hong Kong and teaches ballet, creative dance and school workshops (primary and secondary). She makes work for her dance company Motive for Motion and has [...]

Marguerite Galizia

Marguerite is a UK based choreographer and PhD candidate at DeMontfort University. Her work uses technology in developing materials and explores the solo as a means of practice. How do you use CAP? [...]

Micia De Wet

Micia is South African. Currently she is researching the development of intuition as an embodied process for actors. Her practice explores the themes of identity and the construction of relationships and human behaviour. [...]

Dwayne Antony

Dwayne Antony is a Nottingham based dance artist and in this interview he discusses his introduction to CAP through workshops held at Dance4. These workshops came at a time when he was making [...]

Dani Abulhawa

Dani is an artist and academic interested in site-based forms of creative enquiry. Her practice is influenced by the tricks (movement phrases) and lines (sequences) of skateboarding. A persistent theme in Dani's work explores her [...]

Amy Voris

Amy Voris is a dance artist, facilitator and somatic movement therapist based in Manchester, UK. She uses CAP in her facilitation work with others and in her creative practice.  Amy’s work [...]

Norah Zuniga-Shaw

Norah is an artist, performer, pedagogue and creative director. She teaches interdisciplinary research, improvisation and intermedia as director of dance and technology at the Ohio State University. Norah uses CAP in her [...]

Kaustavi Sarkar

Kaustavi Sarkar, studied at Ohio State University and is now Assistant Professor in the Department of Dance at UNC Charlotte. She is an Indian dance-scholar and dance-artist presenting her scholarly and [...]

Gabriela Gonzalez

Gabriela is a researcher based at Universidad Nacional del Centro de la provincia de Buenos Aires, Tandil, Argentina, Departamento de Teatro. She studied theatre, somatics and Laban Movement analysis in the UK and in [...]

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