Christine Carr uses digital and film photography, video, and sound to explore the human existence in, and impact on, the environment. Her work is rooted in issues of pollution and climate change with a focus on the ephemeral nature of airborne particles and the evocative nature of light.
Christine Carr is a recipient of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Fellowship and a 2017 Photolucida Critical Mass Finalist. She has exhibited at the Mobile Museum of Art as well as in shows across the United States and internationally. Her work has been published in Harper’s Magazine, Musée Magazine, and the 5th edition of Exploring Color Photography by Robert Hirsch. Since 2010, she has participated in five artist residencies and was an Assistant Professor at both Iowa State and Hollins University.