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Chris Morring

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Natalis Laganum Ex Abyssus, 2009(Print 2011) Archival Pigment Print 40"x32" © Chris Morring 2011
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Iam Vos Es Hic, 2010(Print 2011) Archival Pigment Print 40x32 © Chris Morring
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Archival Pigment Print 40x32 © Chris Morring
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Archival Pigment Print 40x32 © Chris Morring
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Basilica in Caliga, 2010(Print 2011) Archival Pigment Print 32x40 © Chris Morring
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Operor Vos Sentio Tutus?, 2010(Print 2011) Archival Pigment Print 32x40 © Chris Morring
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Vita Inter Nex, 2010(Print 2011) Archival Pigment Print 32x40 © Chris Morring
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Archival Pigment Print 32x40 © Chris Morring
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Archival Pigment Print 32x40 © Chris Morring
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Archival Pigment Print 32x40 © Chris Morring
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Archival Pigment Print 32x40 © Chris Morring
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Archival Pigment Print 32x40 © Chris Morring
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Archival Pigment Print 32x40 © Chris Morring
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Archival Pigment Print 32x40 © Chris Morring
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Archival Pigment Print 32x40 © Chris Morring
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
Redwood City, CA
Birth year
1979
Lives in
South San Francisco
Works in
South San Francisco
Schools
SFSU (San Francisco State University)
Skyline College, 2005, AA
Tags
mixed-media, landscape, surrealism, photography, digital, abstract, conceptual, sculpture
Statement

Chris Morring is a photographer that believes you have to know the rules before you can break them. He received a traditional education in photography from San Francisco State University while exploring new ways to use his chosen medium. Morring has investigated the dawn of his craft and considers photography’s history as he shapes its future. Experimentation is an important part of Morring’s method and much of it is done in the controlled environment of the studio. Under these conditions the artist can pinpoint what aspects of the photographic process he wants to manipulate.