Author
Victoria Wynne-Jones

Victoria Wynne-Jones is an Auckland-based art historian and curator. Her research interests include: intersections between performance art and dance studies; feminisms; contemporary art theory and curatorial practice.

Latest Articles:
Who’s Afraid of Experimental Dance?
Read Time: 18 mins
Victoria Wynne-Jones attends Experimental Dance Week...
Art
Who’s Afraid of Experimental Dance?
By Victoria Wynne-Jones
Attuning to People, Places and Things: Neck Adornment and Contemporary Art
Read Time: 20 mins
Victoria Wynne-Jones ruminates on the fruitful intertwinings...
Art
Attuning to People, Places and Things: Neck Adornment and Contemporary Art
By Victoria Wynne-Jones
Uncanny Valley: Erica van Zon on slippage, scratchy wool and New Zealand's first dealer gallerist
Read Time: 21 mins
Victoria Wynne-Jones chats to Erica van Zon, whose...
Art
Uncanny Valley: Erica van Zon on slippage, scratchy wool and New Zealand's first dealer gallerist
By Victoria Wynne-Jones
Sparkling Winter Tonic: Elle Loui August's 'Mercury'
Read Time: 9 mins
Victoria Wynne-Jones on a project that blends curatorial...
Art
Sparkling Winter Tonic: Elle Loui August's 'Mercury'
By Victoria Wynne-Jones
To Hang Upon a Cheek: Chloe Rose Taylor's 'Still Life Forms'
Read Time: 6 mins
Victoria Wynne-Jones discusses the aquatic-cosmic...
Art
To Hang Upon a Cheek: Chloe Rose Taylor's 'Still Life Forms'
By Victoria Wynne-Jones