Victoria is an artist and practice-led researcher. Her primary medium and material is the body. Her performance work includes actions, interventions, time-based sculpture and video, being presented in museums, galleries, and festivals in performance art, fine art and, choreographic contexts. Significant performance presentations include; FADO Performance Art Centre (Toronto, Canada), VIVA Art Action (Montréal, Canada), 5th Thessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art (Greece), The Tetley Centre for Contemporary Art & Learning (Leeds), Yorkshire Sculpture Park (Wakefield), Baltic 39 (Newcastle Upon Tyne), Royal Museums Greenwich (London), Siobhan Davies Studios (London), 8th Biennial of Photography (Poznan, Poland), Grace Exhibition Space (New York), Centre de Cultura de Dones Francesca Bonnemaison (Barcelona), and, Bolit Centre for Contemporary Art (Girona). In addition to a performance practice, her research has been published in peer-reviewed journals, and edited books in the fields of performance and choreography, including articles in; The Drama Review, (MIT Press, 2015), Choreographic Practices, (Intellect, 2013, 2017), and, Journal of Dance & Somatic Practice, (Intellect, 2012); and, chapters in the edited books, Kinesthetic Empathy in Creative & Cultural Practices, (2012, Intellect) and, Experiencing Liveness in Contemporary Performance, (Routledge, 2016). In 2017, she defended her PhD thesis, awarded by Chelsea College of Art and Design, University of the Arts, London. Her research integrates affect studies, process philosophy, political theory, and somatics.