Christine M. Babic 

cmbabic@gmail.com 

christinembabic.com 


Education 

2012 Pacific Northwest College of Art, Bachelor of Fine Arts in Intermedia, Portland, OR

Selected Exhibitions & Performances 

2019 Room for One Thousand, Olympic Sculpture Park, Seattle, WA

2019 Skin Sewers, Olympic Sculpture Park, Seattle, WA

2018 Strange Land Sceneries, Yellow Fish Durational Performance Art Festival, Love City Love, Seattle, WA

2018 Artifacts, Yellow Fish Durational Performance Art Festival, Hedreen Gallery, Seattle, WA 

2017 Possibly They Spotted Me, Protect the Sacred: Native Artists for Standing Rock, Spaceworks Gallery, Tacoma, WA 

2016 When She Dies, You Too Will Die, Center on Contemporary Art, Seattle, WA

2016 Genocide Rules Everything Around Me, CoCa Uncontained, Seattle, WA 

2013 Invisible Indians, Mount Tabor, Portland, OR

2012 BFA Exhibition, Pacific Northwest College of Art, Portland, OR

Bibliography 

Native Interpretations of Land: Art Encounters at Olympic Sculpture Park, Seattle Art Museum Blog 2019

Conceptual artist from Cordova makes waves in Seattle, Christine Babic discusses the relationship between a people and their land By Cinthia Gibbens-Stimson, The Cordova Times 2017

‘When She Dies, You Too Will Die’ Confronts America’s Indigenous History, Christine Babic’s exhibition at CoCA investigates trauma, transformation, and our shared fates By T.S. Flock, Seattle Weekly 2016

Christine Babic, A Child of the Exxon Valdez, Makes Fighting Art in the Time of Standing Rock, a conversation with Jen Graves, The Stranger 2016 

Stand Up & Say Something, Interview with Margo Vansynghel, City Arts 2016