In this chapter I address some of those now familiar concerns over PaR methodology, epistemology and ontology, but with a view to offering a tool that has the potential to marshal, map and disseminate PaR and PBR activity. The tool that I have developed is called The Daisy Chain Model. Over the course of the chapter I explicate the emergence of the model from my own PaR and PBR activities over the last decade; explicating the nature and function of the model within that localised context, but also highlighting its potential wider implications and applications. Through a consideration of its function within several of my own performance research projects, Siren Song , You, Hope, Her & Me and Wish Box , I offer insight into the ways in which I have both developed my model as a response to the localised peculiarities of my creative practice and context; further accounting for the ways in which I have employed that model as a tool for marshalling, mapping and disseminating my own rigorous performance-based knowledge acquisition process, along with some of the insights that process of employing that model has produced.
|Title of host publication||Performance as Research|
|Subtitle of host publication||Knowledge, methods, impact|
|Editors||Annette Arlander, Bruce Barton, Melanie Dreyer-Lude, Ben Spatz|
|Number of pages||24|
|ISBN (Print)||9781138068711, 9781138068704|
|Publication status||Published - 27 Nov 2017|