Welcome to this latest issue of Body, Space & Technology. In maintaining our high standards we have included papers from a range of excellent practitioners and theoreticians. We hope you find the contents of this issue stimulating and relevant to your own work. We are very interested in receiving new material either in the form of response to our publications or relating to any other topics that might interest you.

In keeping with previous issues, BST will remain unthemed to allow for greater diversity of debate and dissemination of cutting edge artistic and performance practices.


SUE BROADHURST, Brunel University

BARRY EDWARDS, Brunel University


JOSEPHINE MACHON, Brunel University




PAUL ALLAIN, University of Kent

JOHANNES BIRRINGER, Ohio State University

MIKE BRIDGER, Middlesex University

RENATO COHEN, State University of Sao Paulo

STEVE DIXON, University of Salford

JOHN FREEMAN, De Montfort University

GABRIELLA GIANNACHIi, Lancaster University

GEOFF HYLAND, University of Cape Town

TANYA KRZYWINSKA, Brunel University

PETRA KUPPERS, Bryant College, US

SUSAN MELROSE, Middlesex University

JEFF NYHOFF, Calvin College, Michigan, US

HELEN PARIS, Brunel University

RICHARD POVALL, Independant Artist, UK

MARY RICHARDS, Brunel University

HORST RUTHROF, Murdoch University, Western Australia

ANA SANCHEZ-COLBERG, Central School of Speech and Drama, London

BARRY SMITH, Nottingham Trent University

PHILIP STANIER, Brunel University

PHILIP SUTTON, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (Spain)

ROB TAYLOR, University of Arizona, US

VAZKRESSIA VICHAROVA, New Bulgarian University

TRACEY WARR, Dartington College of Arts

PHILLIP ZARRILLI, University of Exeter


BEN JARLETT, Brunel University

Body, Space & Technology, ISSN 1470-9120 is published two times a year in association with the Department of Performing Arts at Brunel University.