Christina Kerns


“Typology of American Chips” Color Aid, Chips, Pins, Glue, 2016, 16″ x 20″

Christina Kerns is a new media artist working in photography, animation, net art and printed matter. She received her BFA in photography with a minor in art history from Pratt Institute and an MFA in interdisciplinary art from the University of Pennsylvania, PennDesign. Her work incorporates ideas of archiving individual and cultural ephemeral history. She is an Assistant Professor at Lincoln University, of PA and lives and works in Philadelphia, PA.

“Kwik Stop” Archival Pigment Print on Coloraid, 2017, 18″ x 24″

“Sarah” Print on Tissue Paper, 2013, 17″ x 22″


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