Lyn Robinson is Head of Library & Information Science, and co-director of the Centre for Information Science at City, University of London. She is the well known director of City’s Library School. Lyn has a longstanding research interest in the nature of documents and the processes of documentation. Twitter: @lynrobinson
Joseph Dunne-Howrie is Lecturer in Library Science at CityLIS. His PhD research investigated how archiving and documentation strategies can become the genesis of site-based performance practice. Joseph’s specialisms include audience participation, performance re-enactments, cultural memory, and theatre legacies. Twitter: @MemoryDetritus
Ludi Price gained her PhD in Information Science from CityLIS in 2017, and is currently a Visiting Lecturer and Honorary Fellow at CityLIS. Ludi’s research focuses on the information behaviour of cult-media fans. Ludi is also a writer and an artist, and she is Far Eastern cataloguer at SOAS Library. Twitter: @ludiprice
Sarah Rubidge is Professor Emerita in the Dance Department of the University of Chichester and a freelance artist. A practitioner-scholar, with a specialism in digital choreography and participatory immersive installations, she incorporates interventions from audiences as a means of generating the detail of the works in realtime.
Ramona Riedzewski is Head of Collections Management at the V&A Department of Theatre and Performance. The UK’s national collection of the performing arts are held by the V&A and Ramona joined the team as the archivist in 2009. Combining her passion for the performing arts, she is on a mission to make performing arts collections more visible and accessible on digital platforms within existing limitations of international documentation standards.