‘home landing’ : New Museum Gallery, Cardiff, December 10/11th 2011. Richardson, Ailsa (Performer). 2011.

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title = "{\textquoteleft}home landing{\textquoteright}: New Museum Gallery, Cardiff, December 10/11th 2011",
abstract = "solo performance co-devised with film maker Inga Burrows (The University of South Wales) with live music by Rob Smith, {\textquoteleft}home landing{\textquoteright} attempts to create a contemporary folk dance to be performed in the restricted space of a modestly sized kitchen. The dance is solo yet references a dance usually performed in community. It addresses in part notions of my relationship to {\textquoteleft}welshness{\textquoteright}, asking “what{\textquoteright}s (my) performance for welshness?” (echoing Heike Roms{\textquoteright} research “what{\textquoteright}s welsh for performance?”)",
author = "Ailsa Richardson",
year = "2011",
month = dec,
day = "10",
language = "English",

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