Interdisciplinary artist, Associate Professor in the Dance Studies Programme at the University of Auckland
Alys Longley is an interdisciplinary performance maker, teacher and writer. Her interests span artistic research, performance writing, interdisciplinary projects, art and ecology and narrative research. Her work has been performed in NZ, Australia, Germany, Austria, UK, Chile, and Portugal. Alys’s books The Foreign Language of Motion (2014) and Radio Strainer (2016) are published by Winchester University Press (UK). She is the creator of Smudge Skittle: A Little Inventory of Resources Entangling Creative Practice Research and Writing (2018) and co-editor of the books Artistic Approaches to Cultural Mapping; Activating Imaginaries and Means of Knowing (Routledge, 2018) and Undisciplining Dance (Cambridge Scholars Press, 2018). Alys is an Associate Professor in the Dance Studies Programme, University of Auckland, New Zealand.
Mapeo de Bordes Porosos is a project that confronts ethical dilemmas around what is essential in a time of crisis such as the COVID 19 pandemic or the social uprising in Chile. This project, which sits between performance and visual art, has been active since 2017. In 2020 we have developed a series of relational […]