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Dr Campbell Edinborough

Lecturer

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Arts Cultures and Education
  • School of The Arts

Summary

Dr Edinborough's research applies somatic paradigms of experience and cognition to the study of performance and performance training. This research is informed by his study of movement and his work as a teacher of the Feldenkrais Method. Recently, Dr Edinborough's creative practice has been presented at New York University, Hull Truck Theatre, the Ferens Art Gallery, Resonance 104.4 FM, the Northern School of Contemporary Dance, Cardiff Metropolitan University, the Being Human Festival, and in two of Hull's Edwardian swimming pools.

Journal Article

Editorial

Edinborough, C. (2018). Editorial. Theatre, Dance and Performance Training, 9(2), 139-141. doi:10.1080/19443927.2018.1475159

Constructing dialectical images in sound and space : adapting Walter Benjamin's The Arcades project

Edinborough, C. (2016). Constructing dialectical images in sound and space : adapting Walter Benjamin's The Arcades project. Performance Research, 21(3), 47-53. https://doi.org/10.1080/13528165.2016.1176737

Twisting your melon: describing tricky movements on the page

Edinborough, C. (2016). Twisting your melon: describing tricky movements on the page. Theatre, Dance and Performance Training, 7(2), 278-282. https://doi.org/10.1080/19443927.2016.1210921

Somatic sensibilities: Exploring the dialectical body in dance

Edinborough, C. (2012). Somatic sensibilities: Exploring the dialectical body in dance. Journal of Dance and Somatic Practices, 4(2), 257-266. doi:10.1386/jdsp.4.2.257_1

Using the method to be myself: adapting and appropriating historical training approaches for interactive performance

Edinborough, C. (2018). Using the method to be myself: adapting and appropriating historical training approaches for interactive performance. Theatre, Dance and Performance Training, 9(2), 174-188. doi:10.1080/19443927.2018.1453863

Postgraduate supervision

Dr Campbell Edinborough welcomeS applications in the areas of performance training and performance aesthetics. He is particularly interested in projects with an emphasis on performance as an embodied practice.