1. Chapter 1: Introduction.- 2. Chapter 2: Museum bodies: self-regulation, order, subjection, instruction and choreo-politics.- 3. Chapter 3: Self Unfinished: Choreography and subject constitution.- 4. Chapter 4: Theories of intersubjectivity: alterity, recognition and somatic attention.- 5. Chapter 5: Choreographing intersubjectivity: posthuman, post-internet, queer and decolonising choreographies.- 6. Chapter 6: Conclusion.
About the Author
Victoria Wynne-Jones is an Auckland-based art historian, curator and writer. She currently lectures in the disciplinary areas of Art History, Fine Arts and Dance Studies. Her research focuses on the intersections between dance studies and performance art as well as curatorial practice, feminisms, contemporary art theory and philosophy.