Teresa Christiansen (b. 1978) was born and raised in New York, NY. Her photographs are made in the studio, where she cuts, folds, glues and reconstructs photographic prints that she then re-photographs to create disorienting effects. Originally trained as a painter, Teresa’s work references the historic relationship photography has had with painting through the genres of still life and landscape.
Exhibited at Melanie Flood Projects, 2018
Featured in the Portland Art Museum Collection, 2016
Artist in Residence, Wassaic Project, 2014