'Notes from the Studio', Lou Coleman: I'll Get a Chair, May 2017

‘”In theatre, as in love, the subject is disappearance”: On Absence and Archival Logic in Performance’, Etudes anglaises, 69:2, 2016, pp. 162-179.

‘On Consuming Encounters: Short Duration and the Material Conditions of Performance’, Performance Research Journal, 17:5, 2012, pp. 92-97.

‘The Art of Leftovers: Memory, matter and decay’, Journal of Media Practice, 12:3, 2012, pp. 245-255.

‘Four Departures in Seven and a Half Years, in Chronological Order’, in Save Me: A Conversation across the City, compiled by Ben Francombe, Pete Phillips and Jodie Hawkes (Bristol: Arnolfini, 2011), pp. 58-59.


‘Who Knows Where by Edward Rapley’, a review for Theatre Bristol, Mayfest, 21 May 2010.

'Where We Live & What We Live For by Kings of England', a review for Theatre Bristol, Mayfest, 16 May 2010.


'Ethics and Stuff', John Beacham TeachingConference, Goldsmiths, University of London, 13 September 2018.

‘What’s going on (and on and on)? – Long Time, Survival, Endlessness’, Out of Time, University of Manchester, 17 June 2016.

‘Performing Stories: The Things We Carry’, EAA, University of Glasgow, 2 – 5 September 2015.

‘Observations from the Left Circle: Time and Space in Einstein on the Beach’, PSi#19, University of Stanford, 26-30 June 2013.

‘Making It Last: The Economy of Short Performances’, PSi#18, Leeds University, 27 June – 1 July 2012.

‘Stay a While: Performance’s Wasteful Duration’, Journeys Across Media, University of Reading, 19 April 2012.

‘Documenting Decay, Documenting Memory: Performance Re-enactment Society and Decasia’, TaPRA Annual Conference, University of Kingston, 7-8 September 2011.

‘Time in 1960s Minimalism: Considering Robert Morris and Yvonne Rainer’, Postgraduate Colloquium, Queen Mary University of London, 26-27 May 2010.