About Christina Waterson
Australia’s distinctive flora, fauna, light and landscape inspire Christina Waterson’s unique design collections and artworks.
She has a vibrant creative practice working at a variety of scales in diverse materials and mediums. Waterson makes dynamic artworks and large-scale public art commissions; designs exhibitions, events and product collections; as well as collaborates with individuals and organizations to realize beautiful and memorable outcomes. Waterson brings a unique set of skills and vision to her projects.
Trained as an architect, she also studied art and design; practicing for more than ten years across these fields before establishing her own studio in 2007. Her experience includes an impressive array of creative roles that bridge art, design and architecture for organizations including Urban Art Projects, Howwecreate and Cox Rayner Architects. Waterson has also worked extensively as an Exhibition Designer for Institutions such as The Queensland Art Gallery and The Museum of Brisbane.
Waterson’s projects are imbued with her passion to make meaningful places and objects that are cherished. Her works have been exhibited throughout Australia and the Asia Pacific Region with her innovative approach recognized Internationally through publications, grants, fellowships, acquisitions and commissions.
Photography BStanden, David Sandison, and Aidan Murphy