Christine Hoang is an artist and sound producer living in Dallas, Texas. She earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Sculpture from the University of Texas at Arlington. She is a recipient of the Diversity in Computer Music Scholarship at Stanford University’s CCRMA SuperCollider workshop. She is the co-founder of CLA, a performance collaborative project with Dallas-based artists Alison Starr and Laura Garcia. She is also an active member and coordinator of the Dallas Women in Audio and Music Collective (DWAM) which aims to provide support, education, and opportunities for female identifying, non-binary musicians and producers based in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex.

Her multi-media practice explores and deconstructs societal presumptions, self-perception, commodity semiotics, environmental acoustic materiality, and the perpetual conflict of the feminine.