Dr Danièle Hromek is a spatial designer, speculative designer and public artist, fusing design elements with installations, sculptural form and research. Danièle also works as a researcher, educator  and cultural advisor considering how to Indigenise the built environment by creating spaces to substantially affect Indigenous rights and culture within an institution.

She works at the intersection of architecture, interiors, urban design, performance design and fine arts. As an Aboriginal researcher and designer her work is grounded in her cultural and experiential heritage, often considering the urban Aboriginal condition, the Indigenous experience of Country and contemporary Indigenous identities. Gaining her experience globally, she has lived in London, Paris, Barcelona, Vancouver and Sydney.

Danièle is a Saltwater woman of the Budawang tribe of the Yuin nation, with French and Czech heritage. Danièle trades as Djinjama, a word in Dhurga that means 'make or complete or produce or build something'.

Ph.D (Design), University of Technology Sydney
B.Design (Interior Spatial Design, Performance major), University of Technology Sydney


Cultural designer, virtual reality installation (collaborative work), 2019

Winyanboga Yurringa

Cultural design advisor, Belvoir Street Theatre, 2019


Design work, UTS Gallery, curated by Emily McDaniel, 25 September to 16 November 2018


Design work, Fairfield City Museum & Gallery, curated by Emily McDaniel, 4 August to 17 November 2018

Make Known: The Exquisite Order of Infinite Variation

Cultural creative work, UNSW Galleries, curated by Eva Rodriguez Riestra, 28 July to 8 September 2018

Winyanboga Yurringa

Set and costume design, Moogahlin, Carriageworks and Geelong Performing Arts Centre, 2016

Covered By Concrete

Spatial map installation, Underbelly Arts Festival (collaborative work), 1 to 2 August 2015


Installation, Vivid Sydney Festival of Light, Music and Ideas (collaborative work), 2014