Christiana is a designer, maker, and collaborator who works in theatre and visual art. Her practice involves video/AV design, set design, interactive media, and installation art. She is particularly interested in creating immersive and interactive performance environments and exploring how space can be designed to manufacture new and interesting social interactions. She is heavily influenced by an interest in new technologies and how they can transform and partner with performance environments.

Christiana is a graduate of the Victorian College of the Arts, studying Set & Costume Design. She has worked on credits such as Joan by The Rabble, and Book of Exodus Part I by Fraught Outfit, Lou Wall’s A Dingo Ate My Baby and Field Theory’s Final Visions. She has recently worked for artist Georgina Starr in London, as well as architecture firm Henley Halebrown. She is currently studying Permaculture Design and Sociocracy and is passionate about merging these interests with performance design.

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