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