Colorado Creatives

100 Colorado Creatives: Christina Battle

#31: Christina Battle Video and multimedia installation artist Christina Battle hails from Edmonton, but now calls Denver her home. During her time in Colorado, she's taught for the Film Studies department at the University of Colorado at Boulder and more recently at Metro State University of Denver, but primarily she makes sophisticated experimental work, which has been screened in festivals, galleries and museums both here and abroad. This year Battle was installed as a RedLine resident artist, and her work is included in RedLine's 2013 resident show, An Invisible Boundary, running through the end of December.

We asked Battle to tackle our 100CC questionnaire; her answers follow.

See also: 100 Colorado Creatives: Eric Dallimore

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