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 is Research Associate at Rose Bruford College. 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 based at CityLIS Centre for Information Science as an Honorary Visiting Fellow. Her 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.