Kristina Chan has performed throughout Australia, Canada, UK, USA, Asia, Israel and Europe over the past 12 years. She has worked with Australian Dance Theatre, Chunky Move, Sydney Theatre Company, Theatre of Image, West Australian Opera, Opera Queensland, State Opera South Australia, Tasdance, Stalker Theatre Company, Michelle Mahrer, Stephanie Lake, Bernadette Walong, Tanja Liedtke; and Deborah Hay (Solo Commissioning Laboratory 2010 in Bundanon). Kristina has taught for Australian and international dance companies, universities, dance institutions and secondary schools around Australia and in Germany for Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Frankfurt. Kristina has been working with Narelle Benjamin since 2003 and has performed in her works Inside out, Out of Water and In Glass which premiering at Spring Dance Festival 2010 in Sydney. Kristina has been awarded two Australian Dance Awards for Outstanding Performance by a Female Dancer for both of Tanja Liedtke’s full length works: 2006 for Twelfth Floor and 2008 for construct.
Dancer Kristina Chan reflects on Martin del Amo's choreography and Paul White's performance in Anatomy of an Afternoon. For her the work was a clear and self-effacing exploration of a journey with a creature-like being.