In 2021 the first book on Skinner Releasing Technique (SRT) was published, to which i am honoured to have contributed a chapter on Listening into Clarity, Poetic Embodiment. Edited with perseverence and care by Manny Emslie. Published by the visionary Triarchy Press in the UK. A long awaited book, with contributions from many beautiful artists, practitioners offering different perspectives and overlapping experiences. Available at its publisher Triarchy Press, UK and at Books On The Move, EU.
In 2020 a conversation in which i participated, appeared in Contact Quarterly about the image worlds of SRT and Amerta Movement (Suprapto Suryodarmo). The conversation was between four of us dance artists who co-facilitated the project Field of Reciprocity in Tejakula, Bali in 2017, together with our late teacher Pak Suprapto Suryodarmo: Margit Galanter, Julie Nathanielsz, Sally E. Dean and myself. The conversation was co-edited by Margit Galanter and Lisa Nelson. An Image That’s Alive, Contact Quarterly, Winter/Spring 2020
After teaching and performing at icd in Cork, i contributed a chapter to Choreographic Encounters, titled On Collaboration, edited by Mary Brady. Photos by Derek Speirs. It was published in 2003 by icd, Institute for Choreography and Dance in Cork, Ireland’s first dance house. It no longer exists as such but has played an important role in the development of choreographic research and dance in Ireland. Firkin Crane, where icd was housed continues to function as a centre of dance.
Among other interviews and publications, some were in:
Interdisciplinair Theater voor de Allerkleinsten, De Nieuwe Dansbibiliotheek, 2021. My performance work for and with toddlers is mentioned by Ingrid Wolf of 2turvenhoog.
Dans Magazine, Dubbelrol, juni 2017. Interview with Jacqueline Algra about my work as both a dance artist and singer-songwriter
Tortuca, Tijdschrift voor literatuur en beeldende kunst, nr. 3, 1997, Rotterdam | with 8 photos and text by Erik Jan Kuiper. Photos and print: Erik Jan Kuiper | Idea: Feng