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Coventry University
Centre for Dance Research/Research Office

 Contact details
Contact personDr Kieran Fenby-Hulse
Research Development Executive (Dance) 
Street4th Floor, Portal House, New Union Street 
Address CV1 2PL - Coventry (United Kingdom) 
 Organisation details
Employees (in Depart.)11-25 
Organisation TypeSecondary or higher education establishment 
 Research Focus

 Fields of activities:
» Performing arts
» Visual arts
» Other humanities
» Cultural studies
» Ethnic studies
» Gender and sexuality studies

 Brief description of your activity focus
Dance & Performance Research, Physical Intelligence, Embodied Know, Cross- and Intercultural Arts, Artistic Research, Enterprise, Ethics, Art/Science

 Details about Expertise / Competences / Technologies
Kieran is a Researcher Development Executive at Coventry University, supporting the Centre for Dance Research (C-DaRE). He is primarily responsible for the development, growth and support of high-quality research opportunities within the Research Centre. The Centre brings together artists and scholars as well as partners from the creative, cultural, health, policy, hi-tech and industrial sectors to develop innovative approaches to research and knowledge exchange. The centre specialises in an inclusive approach to diverse forms of artistic research in dance and is at the forefront of developing new approaches to documentation, analysis and choreographic creativity. Interested in the embodied knowledge of the dance artist, the intersection between live and digital dance and cross-cultural and intercultural dialogues, research at C-DaRE is situated within a range of interrelated fields including: reflexive enquiry into forms of somatic practice; research into digital archiving, digital object creation and publication of live performance, dance as a cultural object and activity, and the development of alternative sites for performance including screen and site-responsive dance. Through this research, the following three general themes are explored:

Physical intelligence: How the moving body is expressive and communicative and how it contributes to the creation of cultural events, performances and participatory activities. How this intelligence informs our fundamental relations with others on political, social and cultural levels. How understanding this intelligence better can inform our individual and collective identity and agency.

Experience expertise and embodied knowledge: How a better understanding of the knowledge that is dance can be offered as methods and approaches to further technological advancements in embodied experience and interactive movement design.

Relationship to other; cross-cultural/transnationalism: How the ‘live’ and how living presence and the ephemeral might persist beyond the immediate moment and contribute to our understanding of cultural differences and specificities. How this changes both our philosophical and practical understanding of the tools we need to help us think, work and relate to each other and to our environment.
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