As a dance scholar, Teoma Naccarato engages with feminist, new materialist, and process philosophies to interrogate the sensing and representation of bodies and movement in different disciplinary contexts. Her writing has been published in  journals on dance and somatics, movement and computing, and performance philosophy, reflecting the trans-disciplinary scope of her artistic and scholarly research. The selected publications below address key themes in her work such as interaction and intra-action, touch and mediation, representation and relationality, and practice-as-research.

MacCallum, J. and Naccarato, T.J. (2019) ‘Collaboration as Differentiation: Rethinking Interaction Intra-Actively’. Performance Philosophy 4 (2), 410–433.

Naccarato, T. (2019) ‘The Touch of the Stethoscope : Shaping Context in Intimate Performance’. TEMPO 73 (287), 71–75.

Naccarato, T.J. (2018) ‘Artistic Practice as Research: A Genealogical Account’. in A World of Muscles, Bone & Organs: Research and Scholarship in Dance [online] ed. by Ellis, S., Blades, H., and Waelde, C. 435–455.

Naccarato, T.J. and MacCallum, J. (2017) ‘Critical Appropriations of Biosensors in Artistic Practice’. in Proceedings of the Conference on Movement and Computing (MOCO). London, UK.

Naccarato, T.J. and MacCallum, J. (2016) ‘From Representation to Relationality: Bodies, Biosensors and Mediated Environments’. Journal of Dance & Somatic Practices 8 (1), 55–70