Shannon Scrofano is a Los Angeles-based scenic and multimedia designer working in performance and time-based media. Her practice interrogates materials, systems and landscapes - built, vernacular and social. Her collaborations include live performance, installation and film projects throughout the US and internationally. Selected work has been seen at venues including TBA : Portland Institute of Contemporary Art, REDCAT, the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) Chicago, Baryshnikov Arts Center, St. Ann's Warehouse, Evidence Room, the Orchard Project, Woolly Mammoth, Manual Archives, Miami Light Project, Highways, Montreal Fringe, Tribeca Film Festival, the Berlinale, the Academy Awards, the Ugandan National Cultural Center in Kampala, and with Project Por Amor, El Teatro Público and the Festival Internacional del Nuevo Cine Latinoamericano in Havana, Cuba. Her site work has taken place in car dealerships, state legislatures, barns, condo showrooms, plazas, libraries, warehouses, medical labs, skyscrapers, open fields, kitchens, collapsing cathedrals, parking lots, school buses, hotels, an elk farm, and rooftops in multiple cities. She has taught or lectured at universities including Georgetown University, Northwestern, CalState Los Angeles, the Art Institute of Chicago, Fordham, Portland State, Pacific Northwest Film Center and at various festivals and conferences, including recently at Goldsmiths College at the University of London, and is contributing to a forthcoming book from Palgrave Macmillan. She is a company member of Sojourn Theatre and the performance collective TENT, a graduate of Northwestern University, and holds her MFA from California Institute of the Arts.