The Invisible Nature experience brings together art, science, and technology to illustrate the life cycle of Victoria Amazonica in its biome. The multi-sensory content invites the audience to look beyond the landscape and be emotionally stimulated by the atmosphere. This narrative aims to raise awareness and inspire ecological behaviour.
Cristina Lyra de Carvalho Vianna is a multidisciplinary visual artist, with a BA degree in Graphic Design and two specialization courses, one in Cinema at UCLA, and the other in Animation at PUC-Rio. She earned her Master’s degree in Creative Media at ECO-UFRJ, where she researched cognition and created a VR experience with an ecological theme.
Her professional experience includes developing visual narratives, creating graphic concepts and illustrations, and doing broadcast design in 2D and 3D for a wide range of genres. Cristina has worked at Cinema Electric, a technology company based in Los Angeles, DirectTV, and several production companies, including Hungry Man. Today, she is part of Rede Globo’s on-air promotions team.