Christina McPhee . http://christinamcphee.net
Christina McPhee is a visual media artist who interprets landscapes where biological systems clash and meet with technological landscapes at the urban edge. Her work involves assemblage in video, drawing, and photography.
CURRENT EXHIBITIONS 2008-2009
47 REDS, in Twice upon a time, Galerie Andreas Huber, group exhibition, November 21, 2008 to January 10, 2009, Vienna, Austria. With Carla Ahlander, Kaucylia Brooke, Tammy Rae Carland, Carola Dertnig, Desiree Holman, Judith Hopf, Christina McPHee and Susanne WInterling. Curated by Jessica Silverman and Andreas Huber.
Seven after Eleven, premiere screening,in “Dark House,” curated by Wago Kreider and Jessica Allee, SF Cinematheque at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, November 30,
2008. Pharmakon LIbrary/ Folio One, a collaborative graphic project by Christina McPhee, with Naeem Mohaimen, Kristen Alvanson, Bertien von Manen, Kevin Hamilton, Neal Robinson, Dave Iseri, Mickey Smith and Elin Lennox, New York Art Book Fair with Silverman Gallery,New York, October 26-28, 2008.,
Iraqi Eye (2008), large scale photomontage C print, in War as a Way of Life, group exhibition, curated by
Clayton Campbell. With Susan Crile, Binh Danh, Barry Frydlender, Cindy Kane, Hometown Baghdad, Marty Horowitz, Ronald Lopez, Christina McPhee, Catherine Opie, Stacy Peralta, David Reeb, Sinan Leong Revell, Daniel Ruanova, Larry Scarpa, Mark Spencer, and Amitis Motevalli (catalog). 18th Street Art Center, Santa Monica, California, September 27 - December 19, 2008
Carrizo Topologies: Carrizoprime (single channel HD video installation, 2006), SlipCity, Intensity, and Aftershock Eventcloud (photomontage C prints from Carrizo-Parkﬁeld Diaries 2004-2005), “Being There: Mapping the Contemporary,” Bildmuseet Umeå, Sweden, October 10-December 30, 2008
Recipe (evacuee cake) (2008), cinematic ﬁlm (HD video), invitational video installation, for “In Transition 2008”, curated by Alisa Prudnikova, NEME (Helen Black and Sheila Pinkel), and Lee Wells, Ekaterinaberg Municipal Museum for Fine Arts, October 17-November 16, 2008; and National Center for Contemporary Arts, Moscow, November 24-December 21, 2008.
FORTHCOMING EXHIBITIONS 2009
Stars and Stripes (2007), photomontage C print suite and newsprint edition,, “Bad Moon
Rising”, group exhibition, Boots Contemporary Art Space, Saint Louis, Missouri, curated by Jan Van Woensel, January 16-February 28 2009.
Tesserae of Venus, solo exhibition, Silverman Gallery, San Francisco, October - November 2009