Christina Mackie (born in 1956) lived in central and western Canada until age 18, and has since lived and worked in London. Mackie’s work is characterized by the use of disparate elements which are kept separate but held tightly together by their placing, proximity or association. Usually all the elements thus collated are dismantlable and complete in themselves. These objects would be made specifically (i.e. not found), and have included DNA, trees, paperthin lamps, textiles, paper and moving images.
Professor of Research Program (2000)
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