Daniela Perazzo Domm is a Lecturer in Dance at Kingston University. Her research interests revolve around questions of subjectivity and collectivity in contemporary choreography and dramaturgical processes, with particular attention to the notion of the ‘minor’ in interdisciplinary and experimental performance practices. She received her PhD in Dance Studies from the University of Surrey, funded by a university scholarship. Her doctoral research constructs a poetics of the work of the British choreographer Jonathan Burrows. She holds an MA (with distinction, AHRC funded) in Performance and Culture from Goldsmiths College, University of London. She contributed to Decentring Dancing Texts (Lansdale, 2008), has published in academic journals (Contemporary Theatre Review, Choreographic Practices) and dance periodicals (Dance Theatre Journal, Danza & Danza). She is a founding member of the cutting-edge performing arts festival ‘Uovo’ (Milan, Italy).