Kristina Chan



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Stage Right: Centre Stage, Lithographic mono print, 247 x 135 x 5 cm, 2017

Stage Right, Lithographic mono print, 247 x 135 x 5 cm, 2017

The Walls We Build, Screenprint, 62 x 92 cm, Edition of 10, 2017

Leith Theatre, The Stage, Laser etched Woodcut, 46 x 84 x 3 cm, Edition of 5, 2017

Seascapes, Lithography, monoprint, Drawing, 100 x 136cm, 2017

Between Our Seas, Lithography, Mono print, Drawing, 500 x 136 x 10 cm


My practice is predicated upon the investigation of social anthropology, individual and collective histories, through sight specific analysis.  I seek out places and sites whose histories haunt and interrupt the present.  

I choose sites that silence.

My work is a series of minimal, often incomplete narratives: like torn pages of a story I attempt to reassemble an experience lived out of order. Anachronisms isolate themselves, still time, and demand pause.  They hold us.

In this stagnancy, untold histories recount themselves, in all their brevity, satire, beauty, and collapse. Reflection in stilled scenes.


Kristina Chan is an artist printmaker. She has studied, printed, and exhibited extensively across the world including New York, Paris, London, and Cape Town. Inspired by the world and its idiosyncrasies, Kristina’s work addresses the past’s constant resurgence in the present and how these collisions in time interrupt and inform the present. Kristina received her BA in Parsons Paris Institute of Design and went on to graduate from the Royal College of Art in London, UK as a master in print, trained in lithography, etching, screen print, and digital media manipulation. She has worked in association with Galerie 104, Galerie eof, Galerie Artsyne, and Atelier Michael Woolworth in Paris, France; Anise Gallery, The DegreeArt Gallery, CPG Gallery, The New Ashgate Gallery, The Dyson Gallery, and The Hockney Gallery in London, UK; The Artists’ Press and The Artist’s Proof Studios in Johannesburg and White River, South Africa; and Dieu Donne Papermill and Gallery in New York, USA. Kristina also has work housed in the permanent archives and collections of the V&A Museum in London as well as published works supported and exhibited in Offprint TATE at the TATE Modern and Small Press Projects at UCL Slade in London, as well as the Artist’s as Independent Publishers Symposium hosted in the Museum fur Moderne Kunst Bremen, Germany May 2016.


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