CONTRIBUTORS

Visible Tracks wouldn’t be what it is without the people who made it.

Joanna Brown is a solo theatre maker and writer based in Scotland. Her current work is centred around how we read and relate to the environment around us. She makes devised solo performances using a combination of movement, text and gesture which can be read as visual poetry played out on the stage. More information about her work can be found at joannamarybrown.wordpress.com

Susanna Byrne lives and works in London. Since graduating from Goldsmiths College in 2009 Susanna has participated in group shows by curatorial collectives Circuit Wisely and Silent City: her written contributions for Silent City appeared in Art as Activism in collaboration with Shoppinghour and this is tomorrow. Susanna is also a founding trustee of artist-led non-profit organisation X presents…

Diana Damian is a London-based performance critic, curator and dramaturg. She is currently a funded PhD candidate in Performance Criticism at Royal Holloway, University of London and a graduate of an MA in Performance and Culture at Goldsmiths. She works as Editor in Chief of Firefly Performance Journal and freelances for publications such as South London Press and websites such as Theatre Voice. She is Assistant Curator in the Department of Theatre and Performance at the Victoria and Albert Museum, a curator for The Others Gallery and co-director of performance company ‘in nothing flat’. She runs an Art Criticism site on dianadamian.com featuring reviews, articles and interviews from a series of international collaborators, and she is currently part of the Writers-on-the-Move- a group of twenty art critics from across Europe.

Laura Davidson is an artist who investigates the possibilities of the performance document and produces work as a script or documentation of an event, primarily through mark making. She also writes for and has edited the online project space 12-Pages.com. As a part of TBC Artists’ Collective she is currently working on a performative drawing commission for SLICE, a collaboration between UK and Pakistan based artists. The work is to be exhibited at Rich Mix, London and the National College of Arts, Lahore in September. lauraelizabethdavidson.com

Victor Delvecchio is originally from France and came to Britain in 2006. As an ex Fine Art student, his flair and passion for the subject led him to undertake a Journalism at degree level in London and recently, to launch his art blog Strata Figura or the layers (strata) within an illustrative (figura) structure. Juggling with reportages, news and interviews Strata Figura focuses on a surfaced analysis of artists’ creative process.  stratafigura.wordpress.com

Flavia Malim has just achieved a first class honours degree in Drama, Theatre and Performance and Psychology from Roehampton University as a mature student. She discovered there a passion for writing and live art. She is particularly interested in immersive and participatory performance, on which she wrote her dissertation. She hopes to undertake a master’s degree next year.

Laura Milnes is a Trainee Producer at Artsadmin and lives/works in London. She is interested in the possibilities of open-ended briefs, which allow artists the opportunity to trust in their instinctive reactions and ideas. As a trainee at Artsadmin she works with a number of different artists and in many contexts. She also contributes to Artsonline when she can. lauramilnes.com Follow @laura_milnes on twitter.

Mara Minculescu

Teresa Noble flickr.com/photos/teresanoble/

Amy Pettifer is a writer based in North London. She studied Contemporary Art Theory at Goldsmiths College and is behind goodgreyday.blogspot.com
Follow Amy on Twitter @goodgreyday

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