Recent Choreographic Works
Unpatterning: a work focusing on unhelpful patterns we find ourselves caught in and our attempts to escape them touring presently (Autumn 2021 – ongoing)
Trickster: an interactive dance work for children. Nov 2016.
European Wheelchair Basketball Championships. Aug-Sep 2015 Opening and Closing Ceremonies.
Data storm. May 2015 - ongoing Ephemeris Dance/Ready Salted Code. Brighton Digital Festival.
[arra]stre. Jul 2014 - ongoing. Ephemeris Dance/Ready Salted Code. Brighton Dome, V&A Museum London, Amex Stadium, National Institution.
Who We Were. Ephemeris Dance. Feb 2012. The Performance Centre, Wolverhampton.
Recent Academic Publications:
Golz, P. (2021) Broadening understanding of movement: Infusing a HE Dance Curriculum with philosophical and practical elements from martial arts, Theatre Dance and Performance Training (in preparation)
Golz P., Hunt, D. and Symonds, E. (2019) Empowering course teams to deploy connected digital literacy strategies through analysis of the student experience. JISC: Digital experience insights community of practice May 2019.
Golz, P. and Cole, S. (2019): The motif project: extended transition within Dance HE (in preparation).
Golz, P. (2019) Adapting mental models of computer science concepts using traditional ballet (in preparation).
Whitehouse, K., Golz, P., Leahy, C. and Johnson, S. (2018) The ISES Learning Pledge: Influencing and inspiring life-long and life-wide learning. Unlocking Potential. University of Worcester Annual Learning and Teaching Conference 2018.
Golz, P. (2018) Using MS OneNote as a portfolio tool in a Dance HE Curriculum, 16th Academic Practice and Technology Conference, Greenwich.
Golz P. (2018) Supporting poor mental health and wellbeing through assessment. Mental Health and the Physical Performer Conference Labanarium, London.
Golz P. (2017) Using OneNote to create flexible assignments. University of Worcester Annual Learning and Teaching Conference 2017.
Black, R., Golz, P., Hope, H., Joyce, J., Williams, K. and Whitehouse, K. (2017) Tales of Authentic Learning Experiences: Real Life Learning to Engage and Enhance the Student Learning Experience. University of Worcester Annual Learning and Teaching Conference 2017.
Golz, P., Bowers, C. and Price, M. (2016) A practical approach to using motion capture in performance dance. Electronic Visualisation and the Arts, pp.284-287. [Won best presentation award].
Smith-Nunes, G., Cook, P., Neale, C. and Golz, P. (2016) Data Network Simulator with Classical Ballet. Electronic Visualisation and the Arts, pp.17.
Mitra, B. and Golz, P. (2016) Exploring Intrinsic Gender Identity Using Second Life. Journal of Virtual World Research, 9(2), pp.117.
Golz, P. and Smith-Nunes, G. (2015). [arra]stre: A data driven ballet. Electronic Visualisation and the Arts. pp. 9091.
Golz, P. and Shaw, A. (2014) Augmenting Live Performance Dance with Mobile Technology. Proceedings of the 28th International BCS Human-Computer Interaction Conference, 311-316.
Golz, P. (2011) Coming late to dance. Dance Review Magazine p24.