Dusk was a work made during lockdown. I noticed a fox began to follow me on my runs in a specific part of the park. Eventually, I found his den and set about the task of befriending and photographing him. Over the course of the next few months, he grew used to my presence. Dusk is an etching created from the images taken over the following months.
Kristina Chan’s practice explores narrative and place through printmaking, alternative photography, and sculpture. Each work tells a story, exploring our relationship with place. Inspired by Japanese prints and early photography, she explores how memory and experience can shift our perception of space.
Kristina Chan graduated from the Royal College of Art (MA Print, 2016). Her work resides in the collections of the V&A Museum, Royal Collection Clarence House, Ingram Collection and has been widely exhibited; most notably, at the Louvre Museum during the 5th Annual Exposure Award,
Offprint TATE, TATE Modern, Royal Academy, KoMASK Master Printmaking Salon Antwerp, Oseana Kunst og Kultursenter Bergen, Museum für Moderne Kunst Bremen, Beers London, to name a few.
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