Christina Ondrus is a Los Angeles based artist whose work wanders a liminal space where science, philosophy and mysticism seek to understand perception, phenomena and one’s place in the universe. She received her MFA from the California Institute of the Arts, her BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art, and was a 2010 artist fellow with the Terra Foundation for American Art. Her work has been included in numerous exhibitions throughout Los Angeles, including shows at AWHRHWAR, Monte Vista Projects, Machine Project, Artist Curated Projects, Public Fiction, and Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE), among others. Her projects have been featured in the Los Angeles Times, LA Weekly, Art 21 Blog, Hyperallergic, Artbound, Frieze, New American Paintings, and X-TRA Contemporary Art Quarterly. Christina is also the founding director of KNOWLEDGES, an artist-led curatorial initiative into the expanded field. KNOWLEDGES has organized two large-scale, site-specific art exhibitions at the historic Mount Wilson Observatory, most recently in June 2017 with the support of a grant form the Mike Kelley Foundation for the Arts.
Parallax Painting: A Square Is A Diamond to Infinity
Parallax Painting: Receptor | Reflector | Channel
Parallax Painting: Convergence Skew
Parallax Painting: Horizon of Experience
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