Celine Daemen is a director of transdisciplinary art. Her work develops at the interface of theatre, music, the visual arts and technology. After graduating from the Maastricht Institute of Performative Arts, she made several productions where immersion in both music and a virtual environment is key.

Thematically, questions about “being” are central. Celine aims to create sensory experiences that invite the individuals of the audience to introspection. This journey into their inner world takes them to a place where personal associations arise in response to universal philosophical questions. Celine is the founder of Studio Nergens (Studio Nowhere), where she creates transdisciplinary symbioses with varying artists and production houses. For Songs for a Passerby, she was awarded the Venice Immersive Grand Prize for best immersive experience at the 2023 Venice Biennale. In 2022 she received a Reflet D’or and a Silver Yusr for her VR opera Eurydic.