Christina Conklin

Christina Conklin is an artist, researcher, and writer whose work investigates individual, cultural, and climatic transformation, often using the ocean as both site and metaphor. After receiving the prestigious Thomas J. Watson Fellowship, she spent twenty years as a textile artist, both in Portland, Oregon, and San Francisco. She has written for national and international textile art magazines, and her award-winning sculptures and installations have exhibited in many West Coast galleries and universities. Christina lives in Half Moon Bay, California, with her husband and two children. She is the co-author (with Marina Psaros) of The Atlas of Disappearing Places (The New Press).

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