Miranda Tufnell and Chris Crickmay
A Widening Field: Journeys in Body and Imagination, Dance Books, 2004
Miranda Tufnell and Chris Crickmay Body Space Image: Notes Towards Improvisation and Performance, Dance Books, 1990.
A French edition of Body Space Image, with the title: Corps, Espace, Image was published in Brussels by Contredanse in 2014.
"If you only have the chance to buy one book on contemporary performance, buy "Body, Space and Image" by Crickmay & Tufnell. If you have the chance to buy two, get "A Widening Field." Then if you have more luck attend one of Crickmay & Tufnell's workshops like I did at the Centre for Performance Research, Aberystwyth. Both books are like bibles for me during both the hardest and easiest moments of the creative process. There are few books that are such useful practical resources for contemporary artists." Deborah Claire Procter, Clear Insight Productions.
Chris Crickmay and Eva Karczag “Living and Re-living the Moment: An Account of a Collaborative Practice”, ch2. in Drawing Conversations 2: Body, Space, Place. (Forthcoming publication), Newcastle, Cambridge Scholars, 2019.
Dr. Sara Reed, “in conversation with Eva Karczag and Chris Crickmay” also in the above forthcoming publication.
Chris Crickmay “The Ordinary and the Special: Four Student’s Work.” David Harding ed. Decadent: Public Art – Contentious Term and Contested Practice. Glasgow: Foulis Press, 1997. 72-83.
Chris Crickmay, “Explorations at the Edge: Memories of Art and Dance at Dartington in The Thatcher Years.” Theatre Dance and Performance Training, Vol 9, issue 3, October 2018. 326-336.
Chris Crickmay, “Light Dark Light Heavy: reflections on an art/ dance collaboration,” Journal of Dance and Somatic Practices, Vol 7, no. 1, 2015. 143-154.
Chris Crickmay and Ellen Kilsgaard, “The Making of Oh! Monster,” Choreographic Practices, Vol. 3, 2012. 65-98. https://static1.squarespace.com/static/542d2187e4b0e06ec5d29ca2/t/5444d02fe4b049e2a2ed734f/1413795887072/themakingofohmonster.pdf
Chris Crickmay and Eva Karczag, “Working together Conversationally”. Contact Quarterly 28, no. 2, 2003, 10-17. Also published in Writings on Dance, no.22 Summer 2003/4. 33-36.
Chris Crickmay, “Art and Social Context, its Background, Inception and Development,” Journal of Visual Arts Practice, Volume 2, Issue 3, 2003. 119-133.
Chris Crickmay, “The Apparently Invisible Dances of Miranda Tufnell and Dennis Greenwood”, Contact Quarterly, Volume 30, no. 1 (The Early Years Issue). 42-45. (First published in CQ, 1983).
Chris Crickmay, “Fragments of Daily Life: Mary Fulkerson’s World of Images and Compositional Ideas” Contact Quarterly, vol xiii, no. 2, 1988. 9-21.
Chris Crickmay, “Dialogues with Rosemary Butcher: A Decade of her Work”, New Dance, no. 36, Spring, 1986.