AUTHORS: Melanie Kloetzel
Melanie Kloetzel (MFA, PhD) is a performance maker, scholar and educator who is committed to research that spans stage, site, and screen.
Director of the dance theatre company kloetzel&co., and co-director of the art intervention collective TRAction, Kloetzel employs practice-as-research methodologies to develop events and encounters in theatre spaces, alternative venues, spaces of public assembly, and online environments.
Kloetzel is Professor of Dance at the University of Calgary.
Her publications can be found in Dance Research Journal, Contemporary Theatre Review, Choreographic Practices, New Theatre Quarterly, and the International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media, among others, and her two books, the co-edited anthology Site Dance: Choreographers and the Lure of Alternative Spaces and the co-authored (Re)Positioning Site Dance: Local Acts, Global Perspectives, are currently available from University Press of Florida and Intellect, respectively.
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