Writing & Research

Writing & Research



Wilson, Louise Ann (2022), Sites of Transformation: Socially Engaged and Applied Scenography in Rural Landscapes, London: Bloomsbury Methuen.

Wilson, Louise Ann (2016) Mulliontide: A Guide for Walkers, Leeds: Louise Ann Wilson Company Limited.

Wilson, Louise Ann (2015), Warnscale: A Land Mark Walk Reflecting On In/Fertility and Childlessness, Leeds: Louise Ann Wilson Company LimitedISBN: 978-0-9932664-0-9.

My work features in:

Haedicke, Susan (2021), Performing Farmscapes, London: Sringer International Publishing.

Pitches, Jonathan (2020), Performing Mountains, London, Palgrave Macmillan.

Machon, Josephine (2013), Immersive Theatre, London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Chapters in Books:

Wilson, Louise Ann (2013): Tell it to the Bees in Society of British Theatre Designers hello stranger: UK Performance Design 2019-2023 publication. Published by Performance Research Books.

Wilson, Louise Ann (2022), ‘Walks to Remember: 'With memory I was there'', features in The Walkbook: Recipes for Walking and Wellbeing, pages 61-3. Published by Walking Publics/Walking Arts.

Wilson, Louise Ann (2021), ‘A Place that Stands Apart: Emplacing, re-imaging and transforming life-events through walking-performance in rural landscapes in Silvia Batista (ed) The Performance of Sacred Places: Crossing, Breathing, Resisting, Bristol: Intellect, 21-46.

Wilson, Louise Ann (2011), ‘3.2. Sceongraphic Space and Place, Louise Ann Wilson in Conversation with Scott Palmer’, in (eds.) Jonathan Pithces and Sita Popat, Performance Perspectives: A Critical Introduction, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 63-74.

Wilson, Louise Ann (2013), ‘Immersed in the Environment: Off the Beaten Track’ in (ed.) Josephine Machon, Immersive Theatres. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 229-240.

Journal Articles

Wilson, Louise Ann (2013), 'Lockdown in Lancaster and Morecambe:  Walk, Run, Pedal, Push'. In 'An agenda for creative practice in the new mobilities paradigm', (Eds) Kaya Barry and Jen Southern, Mobilities journal (2023). 

Wilson, Louise Ann (2019), ‘Dorothy Wordsworth’s Legacy: A ‘feminine’ (material) sublime approach to the creation of applied and socially engaged scenography in mountainous landscapes’, (eds.) Jonathan Pitches and David Shearing, Performance Research, 24 (2) ‘On mountains’.

Wilson, Louise Ann (2017), ‘Creating Warnscale: Applying Dorothy Wordsworth’s Mode of the Feminine Sublime to a Walking-Performance about In/Fertility and Childlessness’, Language, Landscape and the Sublime: A Two Day Symposium and Creative Gathering, Schumacher College, Dartington, Devon (June 2016), art.earth. Available online: https://www.artdotearth.org/pdf/LLS/LA_Wilson.pdf. 

Wilson, Louise Ann (2015), ‘Warnscale: A Landmark Walk Reflecting on In/fertility and Childlessness’, Journal of Fertility Counselling, 22(3): 24–8.

Wilson, Louise Ann (2015) 'Warnscale: A Landmark Walking-Performance' in Blue Pages, London: Society of British Theatre Designers (SBTD), 8-9. 

Ph.D Thesis

Wilson, Louise Ann (2016), ‘Emplacing, Re-Imaging and Transforming ‘Missing’ Life-Events: A Feminine Sublime Approach to the Creation of Socially-Engaged Scenography in Site-Specific Walking-Performance in Rural Landscapes’, PhD thesis, Theatre Studies, Lancaster Institute for the Contemporary Arts, Lancaster University, UK. 

Blogs and Interviews

Wilson, Louise Ann (2022) Sites of Transformation featured article for Wild Woman Web Spinners 2022, Wild Woman Press (online).

Wilson, Louise Ann (2021): Interview about my practice relating to involuntary childlessness for the seires entitled Mother/Artist Interviews. Interview conducted by Georgina Biggs and Emily Underwood-Lee Interview edited by Georgina Biggs and Emily Underwood-Lee as part of the in Performance and the Maternal. Available online: https://performanceandthematernal.com/mother-artist-interviews/