Author: rebeccacollins

  • Documenting Performance: Migration and Documentation 2017

    In September 2017, I presented a paper on ‘Transdisciplinary Migrations: Aurality, Affect and Documentation’ at the annual TaPRA (Theatre and Performance Research Association) conference held at Salford University. The working group, convened by Johanna Linsley and Georgina Guy questioned the role of the document in producing legal performances of the self provoking questions related to […]

  • Stolen Voices: Aberdeen Documentation 2017

    Stolen Voices Aberdeen took place from February to June, 2017. Stolen Voices is an ongoing project which focuses on the UK coast. This version of the project formed part of Silver City Stories, an initiative by Aberdeen City Council, Visit Aberdeenshire and the University of Aberdeen to celebrate the history, heritage and stories of local […]

  • Stolen Voices: The Felixstowe Affair 2017

    Rebecca Collins and Johanna Linsley in a Sonic Fiction

    Stolen Voices: The Felixstowe Affair has been selected as one of the Live Art Development Agency’s DIY projects. In partnership with SPILL Festival and Snape Maltings Johanna Linsley and Rebecca Collins will be working with a small group of composers and sonic artists to explore live art and performance techniques in an acoustic investigation of […]

  • Taking Space: Women in Electronic Music 2017

    Rebecca Collins Taking Space: Women in Electronic Music, Durham University

    In June 2017, I was one of a small group of women invited to present on my practice in an event called ‘Taking Space: Women in Electronic Music’ at Durham University. Organised by Shelly Knotts and Patricia Alessandrini the event was connected to a forthcoming issue of ICMC’s Array Journal. The event provided insight into […]