Christina Elizabeth Hall is an interactive experience designer and immersive media producer working at the intersection of media, art and technology.
She seeks to examine the impact of exposing new modes of interaction through emerging technologies and how these modes affect a story for the viewer. Her work explores non-linearity primarily through interactive installations, live performance, VR / AR and live motion-captured environments.
Her most recent works include: Wilde Eastern, a multi-ending, gaze triggered VR film that was an official selection at Cannes Film Festival, Marché du Film in May 2018. An immersive, ambisonic 360° experience hosted in SFMOMA's online Digital Platform. An interactive solo live performance, alternative documentary that explores the harassment experienced by women in industry, called The Masks I Wear.
She has received her Master’s degree at New York University’s Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) at Tisch School of the Arts and has a Bachelor of Science in Molecular Biology from University of Toronto in Toronto, Canada.