Garrett Brown, N. and Meehan, E. (with Kipp, C. and Voris, A.) (2020) ‘Moving and Mapping: Exploring Embodied Approaches to Urban Design and Planning’ In Whybrow, N. (ed) Urban Sensographies, London: Routledge, pp. 100-123

Voris, A. (2019), ‘Forming and Returning: Dance-making with Authentic Movement’ [online] available from <https://nivel.teak.fi/adie/forming-and-returning/>

Kramer, P. and Meehan, E. (with Martin, S. and Voris, A.) (2019) ‘About Adequacy: Making Body-based Artistic Research Public’ [online] available from <https://nivel.teak.fi/adie/about-adequacy/>

Bannon, F., Garrett Brown, N. and Voris, A. (2018) ‘Editorial – Pedagogy and Process, Somatic informed Education in a Postmodern Era’, Journal of Dance & Somatic Practices, Volume 10.1, pp. 3-7

Garrett Brown, N. and Voris, A. (2016), ‘flock0mania 2: Women at Work’ [exhibition catalogue] Birmingham: Birmingham City University

Cullinane, Garrett Brown, Kipp and Voris (2015), ‘At dusk, the collaborative spills and cycles of L219′ in Attending to Movement: Somatic Perspectives on Living in this World. Edited by Alexander, Garret Brown and Whatley. Devon: Triarchy Press, pp. 135-144

Garrett Brown, N., Kipp, C. and Voris, A. (2015), ‘Dancing with dirt and wires: Reconciling the embodied and the digital in site responsive collaborative practice’ In Causey, M., Meehan, E., O’Dwyer, N. (ed) Through the Virtual Toward the Real: The Performing Subject in the Spaces of Technology, UK: Palgrave Publishers, pp. 174-186

Garrett Brown, Kipp, Pollard and Voris (2011), ‘everything is at once: Reflections on embodied photography and collaborative process’, Journal of Dance & Somatic Practices, Volume 3.1 & 3.2, pp. 74-84

Garrett, Lee, Pollard, and Voris (2010), ‘A gift of writing? Choreographer and writer collaborations in the university’, Research in Dance Education, Volume 11.2, pp. 143-160


PhD thesis

Voris, A. (2018) Forming, Returning and Deepening: Dance-making with the processual qualities of Authentic Movement. Unpublished PhD thesis. Chichester: University of Chichester (view PhD)


by Hetty Blades about the perch adaptation project

Blades, H. (2021) ‘Coming Together by Moving Apart – Contemporary Dance Scores and Communities During the Covid 19 Pandemic‘, The International Journal of Screen Dance, Volume 12, pp. 50-71

by Natalie Garrett Brown about flockOmania

Garrett Brown, N. (2020) ‘Nomadic Making: Enacting difference through collaborative performance practice’, Choreographic Practices, Vol 11.1



June 2022: Moving On audio score commissioned by Exit Map

August 2021: perch adaptation project/audio files commissioned by Amaara Raheem (Naarm/Melbourne & and Black Range, Garriwerd/North Grampians, Australia) and Preethi Athreya (Chennai, India), supported by Critical Path (Australia)

May 2021: Dancecast podcast as part of the X Festival/Finland, in conversation with Katye Coe and Silva Laukkanen

February 2021: Bunker Talk #55 at Manchester School of Art

February 2017: Dialogues with Dancers (Resonance FM), in conversation with Mary Prestige