Christina Kingsbury’s multidisciplinary art practice includes site-specific sculpture, installation, craft and performance. Her work explores themes of place, ecology, reciprocity and care labour. Christina received a BFA in Visual Art with a minor in Environmental Studies from York University (2005). She collaborates regularly with poets, ecologists, artists and choreographers and her solo and collaborative work has been shown as public interventions, in curated exhibitions including The Gladstone Grow Op (Toronto 2016), the Art Gallery of Guelph’s Boarding House Gallery (Guelph 2016) and at events including Kazoo Fest (2017), ALT/Futures: Eco_Hack (New York and Taiwan 2016) and Guelph’s International Jazz Festival and Nuit Blanche (2011 & 2012). She has been granted awards for her work through the Ontario Arts Council, the Guelph Community Foundation and The Elevator Project.
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Photo: Dean Palmer
Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation
Guelph International Jazz Festival
Bruce Trail Organization
Open Field Collective