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Dr Jordan Beth Vincent

Deakin Motion.Lab
Research Fellow
Melbourne, Australia

Dr Jordan Beth Vincent is a Melbourne-based dance historian and dance critic for Fairfax Media, and a researcher in the areas of live performance and new technology. Jordan is a Research Fellow in Deakin’s School of Communication and Creative Arts, based in the Deakin Motion.Lab, and she previously lectured in dance history at the Victorian College of the Arts. She is an experienced production manager with proven experience in delivering commercial research projects including the development of multiple VFX-technology driven pipelines, motion capture projects, virtual reality and augmented reality design, virtual productions, app design and development, interactive performances and pre-visualisation for film and television. 

Jordan's current research areas include dramaturgy in digital performance and the impact of new technologies on the arts and cultural industries, and she is currently working on research projects that explore documentation for live performance, app concept and design, spatial user interface, new modes of publishing and measuring cultural impact. 

She is the chair of Deakin University's AllPlay Dance Advisory Committee and a member of Deakin's Arts and Cultural Impact Research Alliance (ACIRA).