The vision for Christina’s work came to her when she lived in London despairing and hoping a word or sentence from the sky could lead her to the answers that she desperately needed but couldn’t find in any book, relationship, song, or addiction. She longed to hear a voice that she could trust when she trusted no one, least of all herself.
"I believe in the healing power of language and feel thoughts and think feelings. Using various two and three-dimensional mediums, I build what I term ‘Containers of Soul’ – spaces and places for others to pause and experience themselves authentically," she explains.
Informed by an architectural understanding of the soul, that is steeped in ancient principles and the teachings of human consciousness, her work, be it written, performed, or installed, prompts others to choose or not to choose, to know or not to know themselves.