I am a dance and performance scholar with a specialist interest in the intersections of the aesthetic and the political in interdisciplinary movement practices and experimental dramaturgical processes. I joined Kingston University London in 2014, having previously taught at the University of Surrey. I am Senior Lecturer in Dance and Postgraduate Research Coordinator for the School of Arts, Culture and Communication. I teach undergraduate modules on choreographic analysis, dance theory, critical theory and research methodologies and I coordinate the training and recruitment of PhD students across the Performing Arts, Humanities and Media. I hold an MA (dist., AHRC-funded) in Performance and Culture from Goldsmiths College University of London (2003-2004). I received my PhD in Dance Studies from the University of Surrey, funded by a university scholarship (2004-2007). My first monograph, Jonathan Burrows: Towards a Minor Dance, was published by Palgrave Macmillan in 2019 in the "New World Choreographies" series. Other recent publications include articles in Dance Research Journal, Performance Philosophy, Choreographic Practices and Contemporary Theatre Review. I am Co-convenor of the Theatre, Performance and Philosophy working group of the Theatre and Performance Research Association, Events Secretary for the Society for Dance Research and long-time collaborator of Triennale Milano Teatro (Italy), which supports forward-thinking and socially-engaged performance practice.
Senior Lecturer in Dance & Postgraduate Research Coordinator for the School of Arts, Culture and Communication
My research revolves around the Deleuzoguattarian notion of ‘minor practice' and its articulation in current choreography; diffractive methodologies and Karen Barad's notion of entanglement; questions of subjectivity and community in current choreographic and dramaturgical processes; the ethical, po(i)etic and critical potentialities of experimental and collaborative dance practices.
I am Postgraduate Research Coordinator for the School of Arts, Culture and Communication, and for Dance as a subject area. I welcome proposals for postgraduate research (including practice-based) in the following areas: dance and performance theory, performance philosophy, dance and new materialism, dance and politics, interdisciplinary performance practices, British and European contemporary choreography.
Perazzo Domm, Daniela (2019) Im/possible choreographies : diffractive processes and ethical entanglements in current British dance practices. Dance Research Journal, 51(3), pp. 66-83. ISSN (print) 0149-7677
Perazzo Domm, Daniela [Reviewer] (2019) Book Review of: 'Performance now : live art for the 21st century' by RoseLee Goldberg. Dance Research, 37(2), pp. 266-268. ISSN (print) 0264-2875
Perazzo Domm, Daniela (2018) Crisis and the emotional body : Towards (another) freedom. Performance Philosophy Journal, 4(1), pp. 188-205. ISSN (online) 2057-7176
Perazzo Domm, Daniela (2017) The 'making' of movement and words : a po(i)etic reading of Charlotte Spencer's Walking Stories. Choreographic Practices, 8(1), pp. 111-130. ISSN (print) 2040-5669
Perazzo Domm, Daniela (2012) The 'struggle' of the subject: productive ambiguity in Jonathan Burrows' choreography. Choreographic Practices, 3(1), pp. 99-117. ISSN (print) 2040-5669
Perazzo Domm, Daniela (2010) Traces of history: Jonathan Burrows' rethinking of the choreographic past. Contemporary Theatre Review, 20(3), pp. 267-282. ISSN (print) 1048-6801
Perazzo Domm, Daniela (2008) Jonathan Burrows and Matteo Fargion’s Both Sitting Duet (2002): A Discursive Choreomusical Collaboration. In: Lansdale, Janet, (ed.) Decentring Dancing Texts: The Challenge of Interpreting Dances. Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 125-142. ISBN 9780230542594
Perazzo, Daniela (2019) Vulnerable practice : thinking through discomfort and precarity. In: Theatre and Performance Research Association Annual Conference 2019; 4-6 Sep 2019, Exeter, U.K.. (Unpublished)
Perazzo Domm, Daniela (2019) Vulnerable thinking/practice: intervening through enchantment and discomfort. In: 4th Biennial Performance Philosophy Conference - Between Institution and Intoxication: How does Performance Philosophy Intervene?; 14-17 Mar 2019, Amsterdam, Netherlands. (Unpublished)
Perazzo Domm, Daniela (2018) Remembering, forgetting and contemporary dance’s re-imaginings of history. In: Dance in the Age of Forgetfulness; 18-20 Apr 2018, Egham, U.K.. (Unpublished)
Perazzo, Daniela (2017) Diffracting dance : im/possibilities and ethical entanglements in current choreographic practices. In: Theatre and Performance Research Association Annual Conference 2017; 30 Aug - 01 Sep 2017, Salford, U.K.. (Unpublished)
Perazzo Domm, Daniela (2017) Im/possible choreographies : dis/orientation, diffraction and/as dance's response to the contemporary moment. In: Dialogues on Dance, Philosophy, and Performance in the Contemporary Neoliberal Moment; 01 - 02 June 2017, Coventry, U.K.. (Unpublished)
Perazzo Domm, Daniela (2016) Layering and questioning : reconfigurations of minimalism in Jonathan Burrows' choreography. In: Minimalism : Location Aspect Moment; 14-15 Oct 2016, Winchester, U.K.. (Unpublished)
Perazzo Domm, Daniela (2016) Jonathan Burrows’ choreography : towards a Minor Dance. In: Deleuze + Art : Thresholds | Multiplicities | Potentialities; 08–10 Apr 2016, Dublin, Ireland. (Unpublished)
Perazzo Domm, Daniela (2015) Jonathan Burrows’ “out-of-a-suitcase” dances : or the affirmative power of reduction. In: Cut & Paste : Dance Advocacy in the Age of Austerity; 04-07 Jun 2015, Athens, Greece. (Unpublished)