Artist / Architect / Designer
Jordana Maisie is an artist and designer based in New York City. In her eight years of creative practice, Maisie has worked across disciplines, scales, contexts and continents. From gallery works and large-scale public art commissions, to architectural and lighting design projects, at the heart of her work is a profound commitment to finding innovative design solutions, with a dedication to artistic thinking and the latent potential of materials,craftsmanship and technology.
Maisie is a graduate of the Master of Architecture and MFA in Lighting Design from Parsons School of Design in New York City, as well as a Master of Digital Media specialising in video production and sound engineering from the College of Fine Arts in Sydney, and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography, from the College of Fine Arts in Sydney and the Glasgow School of Art in Scotland. With a background spanning photography, video production, sound engineering, interactive installation, architecture, and lighting design, Maisie brings a fresh approach to user experience within a traditional architectural context.
Commercially, Maisie has made work for clients such as Vogue, IBM and FEIT and in 2014 she was invited to The White House in Washington DC as part of a design team tasked with creating a series of temporary installations for an event hosted by The First Lady, Michelle Obama.
Maisie’s most recent project: Volume and Void, designed for FEIT’s West Village location, was announced as a finalist in the 2016 Architizer A+ Architecture Awards.
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