I am Professor of Artistic Process, Voice and Extended Practices at the University of Winchester.

I am interested in what each organism, with all its genetic and cultural individuality, has to say. I adapt my approach to age groups that range from youth to doctoral-level. I hold a PhD focusing on voice-derived interdisciplinary arts practices and teaches  contemporary/devised performance with an emphasis on the space where music and performance & live art collide, cultural issues, and voice. I supervise doctoral students, and I co-developed the University of Winchester’s Doctor of Creative Arts programme.

Both inside the University and as a workshop facilitator, Yvon takes students on journeys into:

  • Voice, and what ‘else’ it can do;
  • Creative processes for performance and intermedia;
  • Experiments with sound;
  • and the world where sensation and emotion meet.

Yvon has given workshops at:

Theatre Academy of the University of the Arts Helsinki; University of Limerick (Republic of Ireland); University College Falmouth; Exeter University; University of Bristol; University of Central Lancashire; University of Newcastle upon Tyne; Mile Zero Dance; University of Portsmouth; University of York St John; University of York; The Arches, Glasgow.

For information on study possibilities at the University of Winchester, feel free to contact Yvon or the University.

For an academic profile, see my academia.edu listing. You can also learn more at my university profile.