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Christine Sloan Stoddard
Brooklyn, NY
Neighborhood: Flatbush



ARTIST STATEMENT: "I tell stories and explore storytelling modes and traditions across cultures. My interdisciplinary projects include books, films, performances, photographs, paintings, and other imaginings often merged across genres and media. Most of my work is fictional, parafictional, dramatic, and poetic. Regardless of form, I am interested in the concept of power and how it manifests itself in individual and societal contexts. Often my protagonists are those struggling to find power: marginalized people, animals, and other beings in situations they desperately want to control. I am particularly invested in telling women's stories and am deeply influenced by my Salvadoran-American background, upbringing in the South, and current life in New York City. General interests include the environment, technology, history, immigration, and disability."
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  • "Jaguar and Parrot" (mural detail)
    2020
    acrylic, house paint

  • "Fairies and Butterfly" (mural detail)
    2020
    acrylic, house paint

  • The Old Dominion
    2019
    Watercolor, acrylic, graphite, gel pen

  • Mayan Astronomer
    2019
    Watercolor on paper

  • Her Garden
    2019
    Watercolor & chalk pastel on paper

  • Plucked From the Jaguar's Lair
    2020
    Tempera, pencil & collage on board

  • Rabbit's Storytelling Throne (wide shot)
    2020
    Various (on-site installation)

  • Rabbit's Storytelling Throne (detail)
    2020
    Mixed media installation

  • Poemario: Tierra Madre (detail)
    2019
    Photo print, chalk, tissue paper, ink

  • Poemario: Tierra Madre (detail)
    2019
    Clay, coffee, indigo on silk, found objects

  • Jungle (detail)
    2019
    Fabric, mylar balloons, ceramic

  • Agave
    2019
    Photo print, chalk pastel, acrylic

  • Lago de Coatepeque
    2018
    Mixed media sculpture, video

  • Cuzcatlan
    2019
    Clay, photo print

  • Fractured Lizard With Roses
    2019
    Clay, rose petals

  • Toucan & Ghosts
    2019
    Watercolor on paper

  • Summer Touch
    2019
    Watercolor & ink on paper

  • Diplodocus
    2020
    Marker, chalk pastel

  • Junk Crab
    2017
    Mixed media sculpture

  • Marine Encounters
    2017
    Acrylic, tissue paper, found objects
 








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