Christina McPhee (USA)

Christina McPhee

takes on the poetics of digital technology and the sublime in landscape.
Her multimedia series, Carrizo-Parkfield Diaries, opened in Los Angeles in March 2005,
traveled to San Francisco in May 2005, and was part of Groundworks, an exhibition on
environmental collaboration in art at Carnegie Mellon University, in October 2005 online.html
Working collaboratively with performance artist Pamela Z, Christina’s video installations for “Wunderkabinet” opens in San Francisco at the LAB in September 2005 She will be in residence at HUMlab, University of Umea, Sweden, in December 2005.
Recently she was interviewed online for CTHEORY, at . Her new net based work,, created with Sindee Nakatani and Jeremy Hight, is featured on the Whitney Artport at, her has been
included in festivals and electronic media archives including Cornell University Libraries, National Library of Australia,, and the Rhizome Artbase. Museum collections include Whitney Museum of American Art, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Colorado Springs Fine Art Center/Taylor Museum, Spencer Museum of Art and the Sheldon Museum of Art and Sculpture Garden. Images can be found at

Christina McPhee is participating in

  • media art show ://selfportrait – a show for Bethlehem – show for Peace
  • Title: “SilkyVRML422″, video (4:22) 2005

  • VideoChannel
  • Selfportraits
    Title: SilkyVRML422, video (4:22) 2005

  • [R][R][F]200x—>XP – global networking project
  • IdentityChannel: Title: “SilkyVRML422″, video (4:22) 2005

  • Violence Online Festival
  • curated by Wilfried Agricola de Cologne

  • Cinematheque
  • Cinema_A – streaming videos
    curated by Agricola de Cologne

  • A Virtual Memorial
  • Memorial for the Victims of Terror
    curated by Agricola de Cologne