Caitlin Vincent is a PhD researcher at Deakin University in the field of Performance and Technology. Her research focuses on the impacts of digital scenography on legacy performance mediums, both in terms of the technology's artistic implications and in terms of its effect on traditional creative hierarchies and rehearsal processes. As a research assistant, Vincent has worked on a number of large-scale research projects, including a cultural impact evaluation of Melbourne's AsiaTOPA: Asia-Pacific Triennial of Performing Arts (2017), a public diplomacy evaluation of Australia's Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, and an evaluation of the Melbourne Fringe Festival's Compass Mentorship Program (2016).
- Vincent, Caitlin; Vincent, Jordan Beth. (Accepted 2017). Notation by Context: Digital Scenography as Artefact of Authorial Intent, Leonardo Music Journal, vol. 28.
- Vincent, Caitlin; Vincent, Jordan Beth; Vincs, Kim; Johanson, Katya. (Accepted 2017). The Intersection of Live and Digital: New Technical Classifications for Digital Scenography in Opera, Theatre and Performance Design, Special Issue "Video in Theatre," vol. 3, no. 3.
- Vincent, Jordan Beth; Vincent, Caitlin; deLahunta, Scott; McCormick, John; Vincs, Kim. (2016). Artwork spawning artwork: trans-disciplinary approaches to artistic spin-offs and evolution in the digital context, Digital Echoes: Spaces for Intangible and Performance-Based Cultural Heritage, S. Whatley (ed.)
- Vincent, Jordan Beth; Vincent, Caitlin; Vincs, Kim; McCormick, John. (2016). Navigating control and illusion: functional interactivity versus 'faux-interactivity' in transmedia dance performance, International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media, vol. 12, no. 1, pp. 44-60, doi: 10.1080/14794713.2016.1161955.