She presently lives in London, where she is pursuing a practice-based PhD at the Centre for Dance Research (C-DaRE) at Coventry University. Her work for stage, installation, and page explores the appropriation of surveillance and biomedical technologies as a means to complexify attitudes and approaches towards embodiment. She is interested in promiscuous encounters between performers, human and nonhuman, which inspire intimacy, vulnerability, and uncertainty. Naccarato has shared choreography across North and South America and Europe, with recent presentations of Experience #1167, Synchronism, and X: Duet for Dancer and Kinect. While in residence, Naccarato will collaborate with composer John MacCallum and dancer Laura Boudou, deepening their ongoing project: Choreography and Composition of Internal Time.