Andriana Meyer-Ochoa was born in Zürich, Switzerland, of Greek and Swiss lineage. In 1994 she graduated from Parsons School Of Design in New York with a BFA in Communication Design.
Between 1994-2000 Meyer was Art Director and Photographer for a series of New York Magazines, such as Vanity Fair; Cosmopolitan; and V2 Records. In 2001 she teamed up with renowned Argentinian artist Tomas Ochoa, and founded the Ashiro Group with an aim to incorporate in their projects different media and disciplines, such as literature; anthropology; and music.
Ochoa and Meyer have participated at the Venice Biennale in 2003 and the Singapore Biennale in 2006. In 2004 the interdisciplinary projects Darkroom – 6mm3 and Contagion won the prestigious Marcelino Botin grant in Spain. Some other important exhibitions Meyer has been invited to, were at the Kunstmuseum Luzern, Switzerland, and the Swiss Art Awards at Art Basel in Switzerland.
Andriana Meyer has had two personal exhibitions: Contagion at Astrolavos Galleries of Athens in 2004; and Estrangement at Platform 22 of Zurich in 2002. She has participated in several film festivals such as the Swiss Film & Video Festival Thun of Switzerland in 2005; and the Festival de Cine Digital of Chile in 2006.
Andriana Meyer-Ochoa currently leaves and works in Switzerland and Argentina.