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Kristina Felix

"Up/Shit/Creek #2," oak and stainless steel pallet, handmade cotton quilt dyed with oak, steel, salt, and onion skin, 48" x 48", 2013

Kristina Felix makes artworks that explore the creative potential of language, labor and found narratives.

Felix has lived and worked abroad in Peru and Bolivia as a J. William Fulbright Research Scholar in sculpture, learning Andean back-strap weaving and Quechua while making sculptures and performances out of the materials and information available in the rural Andean communities that surrounded her studio.  

Felix received an MFA in transmedia from the University of Texas at Austin in 2010, and a BFA in studio art from Columbia College Chicago in 2004.

Learn more about Kristina Felix​’s HATCH exhibition Twelve Variations: HATCH Residents in Context.

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