Dejha Ti and Ania Catherine are a Los Angeles-based artist duo whose work merges environments, performance, and technology creating immersive experiences that draw audiences into their idiosyncratic worlds.
Both conceptual artists, their expertise collide—Ti with an extensive background in immersive art and human and computer interaction (HCI), and Catherine a recognised choreographer, performance artist and gender scholar. Rooted in the understanding that immersion is not only a physical state, but also an emotional and psychological one, their approach employs nuance within scale, focused on producing a feeling instead of a spectacle.
Their work can be experienced in innumerable contexts: museums, film festivals, art publications, nightlife, and lectures internationally at conferences such as Christie’s Art & Tech Summit and MUTEK Montréal discussing art, technology, and immersion. Their ongoing collaborative practice is rooted in questions; they’re interested in ways that art and technology can be merged and harnessed not as entertainment, but as a means to reflect on, understand, and shape broader social realities. Referred to as an “LGBT power couple” (Flaunt Magazine), Dejha Ti and Ania Catherine are recognised as critical voices shaping the future of experiential art.