Goldman-Schwartz Art Studios, 104
DegreesMassachusetts College of Art, M.F.A.
Harvard University, B.F.A.
ExpertiseSculpture, installation, visual and environmental studies, New Media (incl. photography and video), Architectural Drawing.
ProfileSculptor and multimedia artist, with a particular interest in creating provocative objects that investigate the role of agency and authorship. Interest in exploring how new technologies like 3D printing and CNC can be used to influence the process of making objects. Background as an architectural model builder, carpenter, and fabricator.
|FA||4a||Three-Dimensional Design I|
|FA||4b||Sculpture Foundation: 3-D Design II|
|FA||8a||Sculpture in the Age of New Media|
|FA||23b||Architectural Drawing and Design|
|FA||110b||Senior Studio II|
Awards and Honors
Artist-in-Residence, Natick High School (funded by Massachusetts Cultural Council) (2009)
Abrams, Christopher. "Lecture/Panel discussion, 'Light of Reason', by Chris Burden." Close looking session. Brandeis University. September, 2014.
Abrams, Christopher. Break it, Build it. 2015. Burlington City Arts, Burlington, Vt.. (Sculpture, kinetic sculpture installations).
Abrams, Christopher. Space/Craft. Solo Show, January - February 2015. Boston Sculptors Gallery, Boston, MA.
Abrams, Christopher. Wheelcok College Faculty Exhibition. 2015. Towne Art Gallery, Wheelock College, Boston, MA. (Sculptures).
Abrams, Christopher, Christopher Abrams. www.christopherabrams.com. March 8, 2011. None. <Yes>.
Massachusetts Cultural Council, Mass Cultural Council. Finalists profiles. October, 2009. Massachusetts Cultural Council. <Yes>.
Richmond, Wendy. Art Without Compromise. Hardcover ed. New York, NY: Allsworth Press, 2010.
Abrams, Christopher. Somerville Windows Art Project. Exhibit Show, 2004. Somerville Arts Council