(antiquated) Augmented Reality
Christine Marie is a creator of installations, performances and experiences.
She seamlessly integrates performers, objects and special effects to elicit connections with concepts, phenomenology and history in emotional and visually stimulating experiences.
Christine Marie strives to break new ground within her form while being intrinsically tied to ancient art forms and the metaphysical exploration of light. She is pioneering the use of large-scale 3D shadows by reinventing the stereoscope and casting up to 4’ shadows into cubic space.
She studied Wayang Kulit traditional shadow puppetry in Bali and is a former 15-year member of ShadowLight theater, the company has twice won the UNIMA Citation for Excellence award, international puppetry's highest honor.
Christine Marie received an MFA from the California Institute of the Arts in Integrated Media, Puppetry and Theater. Her work has appeared at the Redcat, the Geffen Playhouse, Southcoast Repertory, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts and others and received funding from the Jim Henson Foundation, MAPP, the Zellerbach family fund and others.
Christine Marie is a TED Fellow. Marie has taught shadow animation at Pixar and DreamWorks studios.
She lectures and conducts workshops at universities, schools and at juvenile hall.
She has worked with shadows for decades and has a life-long commitment to
continue working with light.
She is currently creating a series of light toys.
Art direction - Alex Kaminski
Design - Alex Kaminski
Animation - Alex Kaminski