Teoma Naccarato: Experience #1167

Experience #1167

This responsive movement/media solo examines the manifestation, representation, and magnification of embodied trauma and memory. A dancer lies restrained on her back, surveilled by a mass of equipment. Her action or inaction, as well as the quality of each act impacts what is concealed and revealed, inviting and interrupting the audience’s gaze.


Teoma Naccarato is a contemporary dancer, choreographer and educator. Her creations for stage, screen and page integrate responsive video, audio and sensor technologies to explore vulnerability and intimacy in embodied/virtual interactions. MFA Ohio State University 2011, Visiting Artist Concordia, Sam Houston State, Florida State, Ohio State 2011-2014.

Additional Info

  • Encuentro Location (Montréal): Concordia University, Engineering and Visual Arts Building
  • Date: June 21, 2014
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