Academia

Claudia's research lies at the intersection of performance, technology, and gender. Her PhD dissertation examines what she terms 'virtual women': female-gendered new media technologies that operate in both virtual and material realms. She argues that these virtual women operate within a triangulated performance structure that hinges on the interaction of three interrelated performance practices: the performance of the human, the performance of ‘woman’, and the performance of labour.

Claudia is also passionate about the role of the artist-scholar, emphasising the relationship between practice and research in her work and the ways in which these disciplines inform and complement one another. 

  • You can find out more about Claudia's research here.

  • You can hear Claudia's paper "InstaMums: Articulating New Maternal Femininities" in association with CUNY and HowlRound here.

  • You can read "Irish Bodies: The Rise of Dance Theatre" published by TN2 magazine here.

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Photo: Myra Su