Christopher Paul Jordan

Born in Tacoma, Washington (1990), Christopher Paul Jordan integrates virtual and physical public space to form infrastructures for dialogue and self-determination among dislocated people. Jordan's paintings and sculptures are artifacts from his work in community and time-capsules for expanded inquiry. Jordan is recipient of the 2017 Neddy Artists Award for painting, the Jon Imber Painting Fellowship, the GTCF Foundation of Art Award, and the most recent summer commission for Seattle Art Museum's Olympic Sculpture Park. Jordan is currently preparing his first solo exhibition, Latent Home, which launches November 13th at Kittredge Gallery, University of Puget Sound.

Artist Feature: Christopher Paul Jordan

"Optics weaves this through-line between sculpture, photography, digital art, painting, and interactivity in a way that I've realized enables me to be myself."