Aubree Lynn

Aubree Lynn is Los Angeles-based designer who works collaboratively to design and create space for live performance, film, installations, and happenings throughout the United States and internationally.

Her recent designs include Nightwalk in the Chinese Garden, a site-responsive collaboration between director Stan Lai, CalArts’ Center for New Performance and The Huntington Library & Gardens; Islands of Milwaukee, an interactive installation showcasing community concerns on aging in Milwaukee’s historic City Hall; and a new play by David Gaítan, Paraíso Diseñado, directed by Martín Acosta. 

She is interested in how theatrical design and performance model and enact versions of civil society and ultimately inform, reshape & create public policy.