Aste is an artist, director, producer, and designer. She was a founder member of Dublin performance group Spacecraft with whom she created interactive shows, parades and immersive environments. She has created a series of shows and acts using game mechanics, the most complex and longest running of these is The Apocalypse Gameshow (nominated for 'Best One-Off Show' at London Cabaret Awards 2012)
In 2013 Aste worked for MS Stubnitz in London acting as liaison with Canary Wharf and programming a 3 month season of events focusing on tech-art-performance, digital and kinetic arts, technology and gaming.
She has staged Genet's The Balcony in a mobile art deco wardrobe, co-founded Glastonbury’s notorious underground piano-bar, and as an x circus performer, used to be found hanging upside down on a rope singing Jacques Brel songs and playing the accordion.
Aste studied Design For Performance at CSM, is a previous recipient of the Norwegian Arts Council's Artists Salary and a recent participant on the AHRC-funded Story Innovation Program at Roehampton University.