Teoma Naccarato is a choreographer of pretext and context. Through the critical appropriation of surveillance and biomedical technologies in work for stage, installation, and page, she thrives on the intersection of value systems between disciplinary cultures. Recent creations along these lines include III, Experience #1167, Synchronism, Beneath the pavement, an ocean, and Gently between us <naccarato.org/dance>. Teoma is engaged in a long-term practice-based research and creation project with composer John MacCallum, involving multiple performances, workshops, and publications <ccinternaltime.wordpress.com>. She completed an MFA in Dance and Technology at the Ohio State University in 2011, and has since enjoyed appointments as a Visiting Professor in Dance at Concordia University, Sam Houston State University, and Florida State University. She presently lives in London, where she is pursuing a practice-based PhD at the Centre for Dance Research (C-DaRE) at Coventry University.