In this talk Scott deLahunta presents Wayne McGregor’s ‘Choreographic Thinking Tools’ (CTT) alongside other related projects that point towards the artist’s role in creating unique resources for the study of choreography. deLahunta looks at how choreographers are publishing reflections on dance practice in collaboration with researchers, programmers and designers, creating heterogeneous publication projects make use of text, moving image and more open-ended digital platforms.
Scott deLahunta has worked as writer, researcher and organiser on a range of international projects bringing performing arts with a focus on choreography into conjunction with other disciplines and practices. He is currently Senior Research Fellow Coventry University/ R-Research Director, Wayne McGregor / Random Dance and Program and Research Coordinator Motion Bank/ The Forsythe Company. He serves on the editorial boards of Performance Research, Dance Theatre Journal and the International Journal of Performance and Digital Media.
Adapted from bios published in 2010