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Professor Rosemary Klich

Professor
East 15 Acting School
Professor Rosemary Klich

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Biography

Professor Rosemary Klich is Director of Research and Head of BA Creative Producing at East 15 Acting School, University of Essex. Prior to her move to Essex in 2017, Rosemary was Head of Drama and Theatre at University of Kent where she worked since 2007. She has published in journals such as Contemporary Theatre Review, Performance Research, IJPADM, and Body Space Technology, and her co-authored book Multimedia Performance was published with Palgrave MacMillan in 2012. Her current research investigates media, sound, and spectatorship, and her teaching expertise is in the theory and making of contemporary performance practice.

Qualifications

  • PhD University of New South Wales,

Appointments

University of Essex

  • Professor, East 15 Acting School, University of Essex (1/10/2017 - present)

Publications

Journal articles (11)

Klich, R., (2019). Visceral Dramaturgies: Curating Sensation in Immersive Art. Body, Space and Technology. 18 (1), 175-197

Klich, R., (2017). Amplifying Sensory Spaces: The In- and Out-Puts of Headphone Theatre. Contemporary Theatre Review. 27 (3), 366-378

Klich, RE., (2016). Outer Space from Within: Aural Transitions and Sound Bodies in Multimedia Performance. Didiskalia. 131

Klich, RE., (2015). Fleshing Out: Intermedial Bodies and Dancers-in-Code. Dance Research Journal of Korea. 73 (3), 225-243

Klich, R., (2013). Work in Progress: Audience Engagement and an ‘Aesthetic of Unfinish’ in Richard Schechner’s 'Imagining O' (2011/12). Body, Space and Technology. 12 (0)

Klich, R., (2013). Send : Act : Perform. Performance Research. 18 (5), 101-107

Klich, R., (2013). Performing Poetry and the Postnarrative Text in the Theatre of New Media. Contemporary Theatre Review. 23 (3), 421-431

Klich, R., (2012). The ‘unfinished’ subject: Pedagogy and performance in the company of copies, robots, mutants and cyborgs. International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media. 8 (2), 155-170

Klich, R., (2007). Performing Posthuman Perspective: Can You See Me Now?. Scan : Journal of Media Arts Culture

Klich, R., (2005). David Pledger: On Eavesdrop and New Media. Performance Paradigm

Klich, R., (2005). The Play’s The Thing No Longer: Non-Linear Narrative in Kate Champion’s ‘Same, Same But Different'. Australasian Drama Studies. 46, 58-58

Books (1)

Klich, R. and Scheer, E., (2011). Multimedia Performance. Macmillan International Higher Education. 0230357598. 9780230357594

Book chapters (7)

Klich, R., (2019). Intermedial Theatre: On Technology. In: Intermedial Theatre: Principles and Practices. Editors: Crossley, M., . Palgrave Macmillan. 9781137611581

Klich, RE., (2019). Of Unsound Mind and Body: Immersive Experience in Headphone Theatre. In: Emerging Affinities: Possible Futures of Performative Arts. Editors: Sugiera, M., Borowski, M. and Chaberski, M., . Transcript Verlag

Klich, RE., (2017). Systems of Spectatorship: Blast Theory's Aesthetic of Emergence. In: Unfolding Spectatorship: Shifting Political, Ethical and Intermedial Positions. Editors: Stalpaert, C., Pewny, K., Vermeulen, P. and Coppens, J., . Academia Press. 143- 155

Klich, RE., (2016). Playing a Punchdrunk Game: Immersive Theatre and Videogaming. In: Reframing Immersive Theatre: The Politics and Pragmatics of Participatory Performance. Palgrave Macmillan. 221- 228. 9781137366030

Klich, R., (2014). Mediation, Trace and Space in Dance Theatre: Already Elsewhere. In: Bodies of Thought: 12 Australian Choreographers. Editors: Brannigan, E. and Baxter, V., . Wakefield Press

Klich, R., (2010). Instance: The Builder’s Association (Supervision 2005). In: Mapping Intermediality in Performance. Editors: Bay-Cheng, S., Kattenbelt, C., Lavender, A. and Nelson, R., . Amsterdam University Press

Klich, R., (2007). Between Realities: Intermediality and the Blurring of Boundaries in Multimedia Theatre. In: Fictional Realities/Real Fictions: Contemporary Theatre in Search of a New Mimetic Paradigm. Editors: Sugiera, M. and Borowski, M., . Cambridge Scholars Press

Grants and funding

2019

NetPark New AR Artwork Creation

Metal Culture

Contact

r.klich@essex.ac.uk
+44 (0) 1702 328353

Location:

GB.3.61, Southend Campus