Cláudia is an architect, creative-director and lecturer.
Her work explores data archives of philosophical, technological and cultural content. Her work spans a range of different media via: in-situ installations, visual & aural essays, and scientific research. Cláudia's work is designed to perform sensory stimulus in memory and perception. She is interested in: the failure, the transformation, the extraordinariness of art, science and technology, and how they are critical instruments and vehicles to projectfictional near-future scenarios.
Her work promulgated creativity and excellence, which was recognised by OMA Rem Koollhas, Prada, Hermitage San Petersburg, United Visual Artists,Sharjah Museums, and European Capital of Cultural (among others) with whom she has collaborated.
Cláudia holds an MA in Aural & Visual Culture from Goldsmiths University, an MA in Cultural Heritage and an Architecture Degree. She is currently associate lecturer in the department of Spatial Practices, Central St. Martins College of Art and Design, University of the Arts London.
Cláudia Palma Romão
BA (Hons) Architecture