Author
Victoria Wynne-Jones

Victoria Wynne-Jones is an Auckland-based art historian and curator. She is currently a Professional Teaching Fellow in Art History at the University of Auckland where she recently completed her PhD. Her research interests include intersections between performance art and dance studies, feminisms, contemporary art theory and curatorial practice.

Latest Articles:
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