Works of Creative Literature and Creative Work:
LONGLEY, A,M, Smudge Skittle; A little inventory of resources entangling creative practice research and writing. Auckland. University of Auckland. 2018.
LONGLEY, A,M, Laboratorio de Error de Traducción. Sur Sur Exhibition. Museum of Contemporary Art Santiago. 15 November 2017-3 December 2017.
LONGLEY, A.M, Mistranslation Laboratory. Performance Arcade, Wellington, NZ. 16-19 March 2017.
LONGLEY, A.M, Straining to Translate You. HZT Open Lecture, Performance Lecture, HZT Dance School, Berlin. 6 May 2015.
LONGLEY, A.M, ŠUNDE, C, FISHER, K, and MATTHEWMAN, S. Fluid City; An Arts-Science Collaboration with James Cook High School. Transforming Cities Initiative and Auckland City Art Week, The University of Auckland, 16 October 2014.
LONGLEY, A.M and HOLDAWAY, J. (2013). Radio Strainer. Window Gallery, University of Auckland. 30 April – 1 June 2013.
LONGLEY, A. (2013) Radio Strainer Artist Book. Before Performance. ] performance space [, London, 28-30 November 2013, London. Bryony White.
LONGLEY, A.M., SUNDE, C., WAGHORN, K., EHLERS, C., FITZPATRICK, K., BRIERLEY, G., MARTIN, R., BROWN, C., Fluid City; An Arts-Science Collaboration for Auckland City. Transforming Cities Initiative, The University of Auckland. Wynyard Quarter, 25 and 27 March, 2012.
LONGLEY, A.M. 8 Poems from the Kinesthetic Archive Project, JAAM 28, 2010
LONGLEY, A.M.’Insomnia Poems’, The One Project, Gundry Street Studios, Sean Curham, 2009
LONGLEY, A.M., WILLIS, E ., HARVEY, M.R ., HARRIS, B .’Almost Reaching You / Missing U’, Shift, Performance Studies International, PSI:15: Mis-performance (curated event), Zagreb, Zagreb National Theatre, 2009
LONGLEY, A.M, SMITH, V.A.’Camper’, Tempo: New Zealand’s Festival of Dance, Tapac Centre for Performing Arts, Auckland, Tempo: New Zealand’s Festival of Dance, 2007
LONGLEY, A.M, Suture. Maidment Musgrove Theatre, November 2006.
Videotapes and films:
LONGLEY, A.M., WILLIS, E . Almost Reaching You/ Missing U. Performance Research 15(2), Performance DVD, p.34, 2010
Longley, A.M, Radio Strainer. The Preface Series, Winchester University
Press, U.K. 2016.
Longley, A.M, the foreign language of motion. The Preface Series, Winchester University
Press, U.K. 2014.
Editor of Book
Brown, C. and Longley, A. (Eds) Undisciplining Dance in Nine Movements and Eight Stumbles. Cambridge Scholars Press. Cambridge; U.K. 2018.
Quaresma, J., Longley, A.M, Rosa-Dias, F. (Eds) Research in Arts; Irony, Criticism and Assimilation of Methods. Lisbon School of Theatre and Film, Portugal, 2015.
Quaresma, J., Longley, A.M. (Eds.) Investigação em Artes E Absurdo; Research in Arts and Absurdity. Lisbon School of Theatre and Film, Portugal, 2016.
Editor of Journal
DUXBURY, N. and LONGLEY, A.M, (Eds). Mapping Intangible Culture, City, Culture, Society, January 2016.
LONGLEY, A. and BARBOUR, K. (Eds) Undisciplining Dance. Dance Research Aotearoa. December 2017.
Refereed Journal Articles:
LONGLEY, A.M, I wanted to find you by inhabiting your tongue: Mistranslating between words and dance in choreographic practice. Choreographic Practices, Special Edition on Words and Dance, 8 (1) 27-49, 2017. https://doi-org.ezproxy.auckland.ac.nz/10.1386/chor.8.1.27_1
LONGLEY, A.M, Skeleton boat on an ocean of organs’ and other stories: understanding and evoking posthuman relations through site-based dance, somatic practices, performance writing and artist-books. Text and Performance Quarterly, Special Edition on Posthuman Relations and Performance Studies, 36 (4), 229-249, 2017. DOI: 10.1080/10462937.2016.1240827
LONGLEY, A.M, Translating home: dance, cities and moments. Dance Research Aotearoa, Special Issue on Community Dance. Volume 4, 2016. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15663%2Fdra.v4i1
LONGLEY, A.M., & DUXBURY, N. Introduction, Mapping Cultural Intangibles, City, Culture and Society, Special Issue on Mapping Intangible Culture. 7 (1). 2016.
LONGLEY, A.M,, ŠUNDE, C., FISHER, K., MATHEWMAN, S. (2015) ‘Fluid Pixels’, HyperRhiz, 12, Summer 2015.
LONGLEY,A.M, FITZPATRICK, K., MARTIN, R.,. BROWN, C., ŠUNDE, C. EHLERS, C., BRIERLEY, G.,WAGHORN, K. ‘Imagining a Fluid City’, Qualitative Inquiry 19(9) 736-740. 2013.
FITZPATRICK, K. and LONGLEY, A.M, ‘Embodiment and affect in research collaborations’.
Emotion, Space, Society. 2013.
LONGLEY, A.M, Experimental Documentation/ Choreographic Translation. Dance Research Aotearoa. 1 (1) 2013.
LONGLEY, A.M, and TATE, K. ‘Writing the Somatic in the Insomnia Poems Project’. Journal of Dance and Somatic Practices. 3(1-2), April 2012, p229-242, 2012
McMEEL, D., BROWN, C., LONGLEY, A.M, ‘Design, digital gestures and the in[ter]ference of meaning: Reframing technology’s role within design and place through performative gesture’. The International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media, 7(1), 2011
LONGLEY, A.M., WILLIS, E., HARVEY, M.R., HARRIS, B.’Almost Reaching You / Missing U’, Fracija, 50, p106-111, 2009
LONGLEY, A.M. ‘Moving words: improvising with Simone Forti’, Writings on Dance, 24, p63-75, 2008
BUCK, R., HARVEY, M. LONGLEY, A.M, Our Dance Scrapbook, Performance Research, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p87-94, 2006
LONGLEY, A.M, A Series of Fallible Asides and Improvised Poems, drawn from the Mistranslation Laboratory. Associaçāo dos Arqueòlogos Portugueses, Portugal, 2017.
LONGLEY, A.M, Half-Hearted Donkey Routines We Cannot Do Without, in Longley, A., Rosa Dias, F., Mendes, J.M., (Eds) Research in Arts and Absurdity. Lisbon School of Theatre and Film, Portugal, 2016.
LONGLEY, A.M, Smashing Eggs; On the Ironic Pleasures of Mangling in Artistic Research, in Quaresma, J., Longley, A., Rosa-Dias, F (Eds). Research in Arts, Irony, Critiscm and Assimilation of Methods. Lisbon School of Theatre and Film, Portugal, 2015.
LONGLEY, A.M, Practice-led dance writing; Oscillating between proximity and distance. Typologies of Artistic Research, Ed. José Quaresma , University of Lisbon, Faculty of Letters. 2014.
ŠUNDE, C. AND LONGLEY, A.M, “fluid city/ Water in the Sustainable City” in Animation of Public Space through the Arts: Towards More Sustainable Communities” Ed. Nancy Duxbury, Alemedina Press, Portugal. 2014.
LONGLEY, A.M, Movement Initiated Writing in Dance Ethnography. 40th Anniversary of Studies in Symbolic Interaction, Ed. Norman Denzin, Emerald Books, U.S.A. 2013
LONGLEY, A. M., & BUCK, R. M. Fostering inclusion, creativity and diversity through
studio teaching. In R. M. Buck, & N. Gregory (Eds.), Studio Teaching Symposium.
Auckland: Centre for New Zealand Art, Research and Discovery. 2011
Papers in Refereed Conference Proceedings:
Kramer, P. and Longley, A.M, Moving, Writing Living; Experimental Documentary Practices in Site-Specific Dance Research. Expanding Notions; Dance, Practice, Research, Method. 12th International Nordic Forum of Dance. Reykjavik, Iceland, 28-31 May 2015.
LONGLEY, A.M. ‘Rethinking Dance Writing’, World Dance Alliance: Global Summit, Dr Cheryl Stock(ed.), World Dance Alliance: Global Summit, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, 14 – 18 July, 2008
BROWN, C., CLAID, E., BUCK, R.M., PARMENTER, M.E., LONGLEY, A.M.’Scopic Bodies Panel: Tempo Dance Festival’, Scopic Bodies: Dance Studies Research Seminar Series, Dance Studies, National Institute of Creative Arts and Industries, The University of Auckland, 6 August – 8 October, 2007
LONGLEY, A.M, ‘Inclusion in our Choreographies and Classrooms’, Dance and the Child International (DaCi), Salvador, Brazil, DaCi International, 2003
Projects forthcoming for publication
DUXBURY, N. W. GARETT-PETTS and A. LONGLEY, Artistic Approaches to Cultural Mapping: Activating Imaginaries and Means of Knowing. Routledge, UK.
|Longley, A.M. (2016). Mapping with my skin: translating the stuff of place. Performance
Studies international. Melbourne University, Australia.
Longley, A. M. (2015). Smashing Eggs; On the Ironic Pleasures of Mangling in Artistic Research. In Investigations in Arts Symposium; Assimilating Ironies. Archeological Museum Del Carmo, Lisbon, Portugal.
|Longley, A. M. (2015). Skeleton boat on an ocean of organs; somatic methodologies for highlighting intangible environmental values in public art. In Dance and Somatic Practices. Coventry University.|
|Longley, A. M., & Kramer, P. (2015). Moving, Writing, Living – Experimental Documentary Practice in Site-Specific Dance Research. In Nordic Forum for Dance Research International Conference. Reykjavik, Iceland.|
|Longley, A. M. (2015). Radio Strainer: A Choreographic Lecture Demonstration in Two Parts, Paper presented at the symposium. In ‘Memory^sentiment^body^space^object: Dialogues across and between dance and art. University of Coventry, UK.|
|Longley, A.M. (2015). Practice-Led Dance Writing; Oscillating Between Proximity and Distance.. In Investigations in Arts International Symposium; The Oscillations of Methods. Archeological Museum Del Carmo, Lisbon, Portugal.|
|Longley, A. M. (2014). Writing with the more-than-human. In Sensual Landscapes of Ethnography. University of Waikato.|
|Longley, A. M. (2014). Evoking/ opening/ provoking: On art-science-education collaboration. In A. Noble (Ed.), Ice Festival NZ. New Zealand.|
|Longley, A. M. (2014). Imagining Water Sustainability: Art-science collaborations for a fluid city. In Restoring Balance: Ecology, Sustainability, Performance. Victoria University, Wellington.|
|Longley, A. M. (2014). Affective maps of imagined places (that emerge out of attending to here right now). In Mapping Culture; Communities, Sites, Stories. Coimbra, Portugal.|
|Longley, A. M. (2013). Mapping the Terrains of Aislel& and Elsel&. In Oceanic Performance Biennial. Viaduct Events Centre, Wynyard Quarter, Auckland.|
|Mc Meel, D. J., Longley, A., & Harvey, M. (2012). Disrupting rhythms – Breaking Passive Patterns of Audience Behavior. In NordiCHI 2012. Copenhagen, Denmark. Retrieved from http://www.nordichi2012.org/#splash|
|Longley, A. M., & Sunde, C. (2012). Fluid City. In 3rd New Zealand Mobilities Symposium: Mobilities and Wellbeing. University of Auckland, New Zealand.|
|Longley, A. M. (2012). Twists of Meaning in the Corporeal Translations Project. In Contemporary Ethnography Across the Disciplines. University of Waikato, N.Z.|
|Longley, A. M. (2012). Corporeal Translations : Choreographic Performance. In Contemporary Ethnography Across the Disciplines. University of Waikato, N.Z.|
|Longley, A. M., & Wood, R. (2012). Fluid perceptions and the desire of urban flows. In PSi 18 Performance Culture Industry. University of Leeds, UK.|
|Longley, A. M., & Tate, K. (2011). Insomnia Poems. In What, S. Whatley, & P. Kramer (Eds.), Dance and Somatic Practices Conference 2011. University of Chichester, UK.|
|Longley, A. M. (2011). Translating Affect: Response to Joe Kelleher. In Performance Symposium and Workshop. AUT University, Auckland.|
|Longley, A. M. (2011). Funded Invitation to present at the Australasian Feldenkrais Association Symposium 2011. In Australasian Feldenkrais Symposium. The Greek Centre, Brisbane, Australia.|
|Longley, A. M. (2010). Movement Initiated Writing in Dance Ethnography. In Contemporary Ethnography Across the Disciplines. University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.|
|Longley, A. M. (2010). Dancing Minor Literatures. In Dancing Across the Disciplines Symposium (pp. 13). University of Otago, Otago, New Zealand.|
|Mc Meel, D. J., Brown, C., & Longley, A. (2010). Architectural Statements and Technological Phrases: An inter-disciplinary investigation of performance and technology, and its influence on spatial design and occupancy. In DRHA 2010: Sensual Technologies. London, UK: http://dermottmcmeel.wordpress.com/. Retrieved from http://www.arts-humanities.net/cfp/drha_2010|
|Longley, A. M. (2009). Not Knowing But Following. In Silent Voices Forbidden: Censorship and Performance THE INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION FOR THEATRE RESEARCH (pp. 194). Lisbon, Portugal.|
|Brown, C., Claid, E., Buck, R. M., Parmenter, M. E., & Longley, A. M. (2009). Scopic Bodies Panel: Tempo Dance festival. In D. R. Buck, A. Longley, M. Harvey, & D. N. Rowe (Eds.), Scopic Bodies: Dance Studies Research 2007 Proceedings (pp. 79-105). Dance Studies, National Institute of Creative Arts and Industries, The University of Auckland.|
|Longley, A. M. (2009). Misperforming Studio Practice with Pages. In Misperforming Symposium. AUT University, Auckland, New Zealand.|
|Longley, A. M. (2009). A Discussion of Performance Making and Writing Via the Immersed Project. In M. Blazevic, D. O. Dramaturgy, A. O. D. Art, & U. O. Zagreb (Eds.), Performances Studies International Conference 15. Zagreb University, Zagreb, Croatia.|
|Longley, A. M. (2008). Rethinking Dance Writing. In C. Stock (Ed.), Refereed proceedings of the World Dance Alliance Global Summit 2008. Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Retrieved from http://ausdance.org.au/|
|Brown, C., Claid, E., Buck, R. M., Parmenter, M. E., & Longley, A. M. (2007). Scopic Bodies Panel: Tempo Dance Festival. In Dance Studies Research Seminar Series: Scopic Bodies. Dance Studies, National Institute of Creative Arts and Industries, The University of Auckland.|
Longley, A. Communicating Water Sustainability through interdisciplinary Creative Practice; The Fluid City Project, Centre for Social Studies (CES), University of Coimbra, Portugal, 27 March 2015, (live-streamed to international audiences as part of the Culturalizing Sustainable Cities Project and still available on YouTube)
Longley, A. Loops, Notes, Folds and Fragments. Invited Presentation for C-Dare Research Unit,
Coventry University, 21st October 2015.
Longley, A. Translating Home: An Auto-ethnography of Moving in Diverse Dancing Communities, University of Otago, 26th November, 2015.