ARTICLE BY DR. CAROL BROWN in response to observing workshops delivered at Auckland University, and a performance of Hi Jinx at Tempo Festival Auckland New Zealand 20?

ARTICLE BLOG: This online blog was a response to questions posed by Laura for Arnolfini Bristol in tandem with a performance of SURVIVAL TACTICS 200?

ARTICLE BY DR. LAURA BISSELL Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in response to a performance of The English Channel and participation in a residential workshop conducted by fire sprinklers at Decoda, University of Coventry

PORTRAIT DOCUMENTARY on Liz Aggiss Dir. Marita Loosen Arte TV.




Aggiss, L. (1996) Internal Force Liz Aggiss reflects on the life of Hilde Holger Dance Theatre Journal Supplement

Aggiss, L. (1999 Summer) The Rough Guide to Reconstruction. Animated Magazine. 34-35

Aggiss, L. (2000) Juggling not Struggling. Dance Theatre Journal. Vol 15 (4 ), 29 – 33

Aggiss, L. (2001 Spring) Outsider Performance: Learning Difficulties and Dance Animated Magazine, 32-33

Aggiss, L. (2003 Winter) Being There :Liz Aggiss is finally present. Animated, 8-9

Aggiss, L (2003). Upfront : Liz Aggiss on being a Professor. Dance Theatre Journal 19(3)

Aggiss, L. (2002 Summer). Beavering in Brighton not bonkers by the Sea. Dance UK, 7

Aggiss, L. (2005 Summer) A Thumbnail Sketch : Aggiss and Cowie Inc. Dance UK Issue 5, 14

Liz Aggiss and Billy Cowie collaborated from 1980 to 2005 with their company Divas Dance Theatre – the following are interviews and profiles on Aggiss and Cowie.

Briginshaw, V. (1988 Summer) The Wiggle goes on – A profile of Liz Aggiss and Billy Cowie, New Dance, 44, pp7-9

Le Quesne, L (2005 Autumn) Liz Aggiss : The 3D Queen of Brighton. Tanzfilm : Das Jahrbuch von Ballet-Tanz 54 – 57

Mackrell, J. (1988 March 3) Should New Dance be Ugly? Independent 15.

Marigny, C de. (1991) Liz Aggiss et Billy Cowie. La Danse dans le monde XXes Rencontres Choregraphiques Internationales de Bagnolet (pub Armand Colin) Standard (Vienna) 50-51

Pascal, J. (Summer 1990) Talking of Gender. MTD A Journal of Performing Arts 36-44