lives and works in Tkaronto/Toronto. chris’ work moves between performance,
sculpture, image-based work, and writing as affective inquiries into belonging,
inheritance, and embodied relations to place. chris values presenting work and performing both in and outside of formal art spaces—the former of which
include the FOFA gallery (Montreal); University of Toronto Art Gallery; Craft
Ontario; Crutch Gallery (Toronto); and the Icelandic Textile Center (Blönduós).
chris holds a BFA from Concordia University and a Master of Visual Studies from
the University of Toronto.