Victoria Hunter is a practitioner-researcher and Reader in site dance and choreography at the University of Chichester, UK. Her practice-based research explores site-specific dance performance and the body-self’s relationship with space and place encountered through corporeal, material, spatial and kinetic engagement with lived environments. Her writing on site dance has been published in Literary Geographies, New Theatre Quarterly, Performance Research, and Contemporary Theatre Review. Her edited volume Moving Sites: Investigating Site-Specific Dance Performance was published by Routledge in 2015 and she is co-author of (Re) Positioning Site-Dance (Intellect 2019) with Melanie Kloetzel (Canada) and Karen Barbour (New Zealand). Her forthcoming monograph publication, Site, Dance and Body: Movement, Materials and Corporeal Engagement, explores human-environment synergies through material intra-actions and is due for publication with Palgrave in 2020.