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BIO

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Christine Lee has an interdisciplinary practice straddling art, design, science and sustainability. She has traveled to numerous residencies and is involved in collaborations with artists and scientists. Her work has been exhibited at venues such as SOFA Chicago, the Traver Gallery in Seattle, San Francisco Museum of Craft and Design, the Museum of Arts and Design in NYC, the Bellevue Arts Museum, the Society of Arts and Crafts in Boston, the Society of Contemporary Craft in Pittsburgh, the Aspen Art Museum, the Racine Art Museum, and the ASU Art Museum. Lee received her M.F.A. from San Diego State University and her B.S.A from the University of Wisconsin- Madison. Currently she is a Senior Sustainability Scholar of the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability and Assistant Professor in Wood/Sustainability in the School of Art, Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, at Arizona State University.

Artist Statement

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From a tendency to engage in highly process-driven tactile endeavors, a natural inclination to salvage, and a deep appreciation for architecture and the natural environment, I explore, stretch and refine the typical associations and intended functions of mundane, excess and disregarded materials. I encounter these materials in various conditions. In some cases the patina of use is clearly visible through the worn surfaces, slightly rounded edges, darkness or fading and so forth, and I feel responsible to restore it. In other cases, the material has somewhat of a sterile quality from lack of use, and I feel compelled to give it some warmth. I am enamored by these qualities and attribute my responsiveness and material sensibility to my past training in the craft-based disciplines of woodworking and furniture design. 

I draw from a variety of investigation methods where intuitive direct-hand manipulation, traditional craft processes, and computer-aided technology are the central part of my research tools. My predisposition to work in a rhythmic fashion, reflective of my internal cadence, is expressed through the repetition of these processes or tasks, deepening my understanding, sensitivity and appreciation of a material’s inherent characteristics and nuances. Creating multiple configurations allows me to identify existing patterns and, at the same time, process, map and generate new ones.  The resulting functional objects, sculptural forms and installations are my attempts to transform these overlooked materials beyond novelty and to reveal their unbounded value.

Concurrently I have been engaged in collaborative art, science and engineering projects at inception, as a creative practitioner in problem-driven and evidence-based research. Through the identification of certain patterns across media, scale and disciplines, I continue to develop a pattern language to connect seemingly divergent elements and systems. The resulting tangible outputs from my creative practice are my attempts to call attention to the ever-present common threads of our interconnected environment.

 

CV

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ACADEMIC APPOINTMENT

2016-present   

Assistant Professor in Wood/Sustainability, School of Art, Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

EDUCATION

MFA, San Diego State University, San Diego, CA 

BSA, University of Wisconsin- Madison, Madison, WI

 

SOLO AND TWO PERSON EXHIBITIONS  (**indicates two person show)

2017

Reimagined Trash;27th Avenue Solid Waste Management Facility Artist Residency Arizona Science Center & Phoenix City Hall. INVITATIONAL**

2013             

Piece by Piece, Combine Studios, Phoenix, AZ. JURIED  

2012              

Interlocked,Windows on Fifth Gallery, Racine Art Museum, Racine, WI. INVITATIONAL

2011              

A Product’s By-product, a By-product’s Product, Madison Children’s Museum, Madison, WI. INVITATIONAL

2010              

Latent Potential,Richard & Dolly Masss Gallery, Purchase College, Purchase, NY.JURIED  

2009              

Order and Ornamentation,Invisible Venue, Oakland, CA. INVITATIONAL

Linear Elements,SF Recycling and Disposal, San Francisco, CA. JURIED  

2008              

Stacking Orderwith Chris FennellArt Gallery at the University of Arkansas, Little Rock, AR. INVITATIONAL**

2007              

(in)Tensionswith Scott Hove, The Art Gallery, Cesar Chavez Student Center, San Francisco State University, CA.INVITATIONAL**

Shims: Thousands of Uses- Use #3, Art Produce Gallery, San Diego, CA. INVITATIONAL

2004              

CreasedMasters of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition, San Diego State University, CA.

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS  

2019             

Material Domestication,Museum of Craft and Design, San Francisco, CA. INVITATIONAL

2018             

WOOD: 25 Years of Innovation,SOFA, Navy Pier, Chicago, IL. INVITATIONAL

Tikkun Olam III,Arizona Jewish Historical Society; Jewish Heritage Center, Phoenix, AZ. INVITATIONAL

Practical Art 10Year Anniversary Group Show,Practical Art, Phoenix, AZ. INVITATIONAL

Survival: Work from the ASU Wood Program,Practical Art, Phoenix, AZ.

School of Art Faculty Exhibition, Harry Wood Gallery, Tempe, AZ.

2017             

Biomimicry: Design Inspired by Nature,The Gallery, Tempe Center for the Arts, Tempe, AZ. INVITATIONAL

3D Visualization and Prototyping Exhibition, ASU Grant Street Studios, Phoenix, AZ. INVITATIONAL

Nasty Women: Phoenix Unite, Grand ArtHaus, Phoenix, AZ.

2016             

Growth Rings, 6 Artists Working in Wood, Traver Gallery, Seattle, WA. INVITATIONAL

California Wood Artists: Sam Maloof and Beyond,Maloof Foundation for the Arts and Crafts, Alta Loma, CA. INVITATIONAL

Furniture as Art as Furniture,Los Angeles International Airport, Los Angeles, CA. JURIED  

2015             

Wendy Maruyama; A Long Engagement, University Art Gallery, SDSU, San Diego, CA. INVITATIONAL

California Handmade: State of the Arts,Craft in America, Los Angeles, CA. INVITATIONAL

2014             

ReThinkIt,Gallery 85, San Jose, CA. JURIED  

2013             

Crafting A Continuum: Rethinking Contemporary Craft, ASU Art Musuem, Tempe, AZ. INVITATIONAL

By-product Becomes Product,Intersection for the Arts, San Francisco, CA. INVITATIONAL

2010              

here and NOW and then: Recent Works by Department of Art Alumni,Art Lofts Gallery, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI. JURIED  

Art at the Dump: Twenty Years of the Artist in Residence Program at Recology, Intersection 5M, San Francisco, CA. INVITATIONAL

Foursite: 4Artists|4Materials|4Sites,San Francisco Museum of Craft+Design, San Francisco,CA. INVITATIONAL

2009              

Transformation 7: Contemporary Works in Wood,Society for Contemporary Craft, Pittsburgh, PA. JURIED  

Used,University Art Gallery, Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA. INVITATIONAL

Smart Art-Trash into Treasure Art Exhibition,Lincart Gallery, San Francisco, CA. JURIED  

12thAnnual Contemporary Exhibit: Sculpture 2009, The Art Center, Grand Junction, CO. INVITATIONAL

Re:,Gensler Design and Architecture Firm, San Francisco, CA. INVITATIONAL

Modern | Design | Function 2009,Design Within Reach, Potrero, San Francisco, CA. JURIED  

Craft in America: Focus on Wood,Society of Arts and Crafts, Boston, MA.INVITATIONAL

2008              

ARAC@AAM: Anderson Ranch at the Aspen Art Museum, Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, CO. JURIED  

Expanding,Thomas Welton Stanford Art Gallery, Stanford University, CA. INVITATIONAL

Out of the Fog: Artists from Headlands,Art Works Downtown, San Rafael, CA.INVITATIONAL

 Close Calls,Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito, CA. JURIED  

2007              

6thBiennial Artists’ Book Juried Exhibition,Athenaeum Music & Arts Library, La Jolla, CA. JURIED  

Pulp Function,Fuller Craft Museum, Brockton, MA. JURIED  

5 x 7,Arthouse, Austin, TX. INVITATIONAL

2006              

Bound Visions: Artists’ Books,Craft Alliance, St. Louis, MO. INVITATIONAL

New American Talent: The 21stExhibition,Arthouse, Austin, TX. JURIED  

2005              

Cheongju International Craft BiennaleCheongju, South Korea.INVITATIONAL

Fiber Art International 2004 Exhibition(traveling), Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue, WA. JURIED  

Resident Artist Exhibition,Anderson Ranch Arts Center Gallery, Snowmass Village, CO. INVITATIONAL

San Diego State University Furniture Alumni/Current Students Exhibition,Everett Gee Jackson & Flor y Canto Gallery, SDSU. INVITATIONAL

5:San Diego Emerging Artists Collaborate on Furniture and Art,Athenaeum Music and Arts Library,La Jolla, CA.INVITATIONAL

Dare to Reuse V Exhibition,City of San Diego City Administration Building and San Diego International Airport. INVITATIONAL

2004              

Fiber Art International 2004 Exhibition(traveling), Museum of Arts and Design, New York, NY. JURIED  

 Light in the Landscape Exhibition, Stone Quarry Hill Art Park, Cazenovia, NY. JURIED  

California Design 2004 Exhibition, San Francisco Design Center, San Francisco, CA. JURIED  

San Diego State University Art Council Scholarship Award Exhibition,Athenaeum Music and Art Library, La Jolla, CA. JURIED  

Fiber Art International 2004 Exhibition, Society for Contemporary Craft, Pittsburgh, PA. JURIED  

San Diego State University Student Awards ExhibitionEverett Gee Jackson and Flor y Canto Gallery, SDSU. JURIED  

2003              

Summer Resident Artist ExhibitionAnderson Ranch Arts Center Gallery, Snowmass Village, CO. INVITATIONAL

The Art of Design: Habitat and Structure, SDSU Community Art Gallery, San Diego, CA.INVITATIONAL

California Gift Show,Los Angeles Convention Center, Los Angeles, CA. INVITATIONAL

2002               

Two Schools of Thought: IIIDivan + Studio, La Jolla, CA. INVITATIONAL

Pasadena Fine Art Furnishings Show,Pasadena Civic Center,Pasadena, CA. INVITATIONAL

California Design 2002 Exhibition,San Francisco Design Center, San Francisco, CA.JURIED  

2001               

Two Schools of Thought: II,Divan + Studio, La Jolla, CA. INVITATIONAL

Pasadena Fine Art Furnishings Show,Pasadena Civic Center,Pasadena, CA. INVITATIONAL

2000               

New Chicago Furniture IX Exhibition, Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design, Chicago, IL. JURIED

PUBLICATIONS

2019

Bhate, Penick, Ferry, Lee, “Classification and Selection of Cellular Materials in Mechanical Design: Engineering and Biomimetic Approaches,” MDPI Designs, 3(1),19

2018               

Casanova, Anitha, Kadway, Gandhi, Lee, Bhate, “On the Mechanical Behavior of Additively Manufactured Asymmetric Honeycombs,” in the proceedings of the 2018 Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium, the University of Texas, Austin, TX. August 13-15, 2018

2016               

Lee, Christine, Interspersed,” Leonardo, Vol.49, No.3, 2016, p.197, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA

  

RESEARCH

2019               

Invited participant,the Ocean Memory Workshop: Boone Center for Science and Environmental Leadership, Catalina Island, CA. Third workshop to further develop project ideas generated from previous two workshops (see below) with fellow collaborators. Funded by The National Academies Keck Futures Initiative (NAKFI) Challenge Grant

2018              

Invited participant,the NAKFI mid-cycle grant meeting in Huntington Beach, CA

Co-organizer and participant,Ocean Memory Workshop: Djerassi Resident Artists Program, Woodside, CA. Second workshop by the Deep Blue NAKFI seed grant

2017              

Invited participant,Biomimicry Thinking Immersion Workshop, Sautee Nacoochee, GA. Sponsored by the ASU Biomimicry Center and Biomimicry 3.8 

Invited participant,Ocean Memory Workshop: Friday Harbor Laboratories, San Juan Island, WA: First workshop of diverse group of artists and scientists to discuss issues related to the ocean funded by Deep Blue NAKFI seed grant

2012-14       

CRADA (Cooperative Research and Development Agreement) with USDA Forest Service Forest Products Laboratory. Worked with John F. Hunt, MSME, PE within the Engineered Composites Science Research Unit on a naturally bonded, no formaldehyde added, engineered composite panel

2012               

Patent Pending- Lee C.M.; Hunt, J.F. 2012. BINDERLESS PANEL MADE FROM WOOD PARTICLES AND CELLULOSIC FIBERS. US Patent Application No.: 61/594921 (transferred rights to USDA in 2014)

AWARDS

2018               

Merger between NASA STTR Phase I Grant and ASU Biomimicry Seed Grant - Bio-inspired Cellular Material Optimization for the Design of Additively Manufactured Multi-Functional Lightweight Structures. Partners: PADT, Inc.; Associate Professor Dhruv Bhate (The Polytechnic School, Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering); Professor Lara Ferry (Functional Morphology & Director, School of Mathematical & Natural Sciences; Senior Sustainability Scholar, Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability; Affiliated Faculty, Global Security Initiative); Assistant Research Professor Clint Penick (The Biomimicry Center; Senior Sustainability Scientist, Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability)

Faculty Professional Development Award, ASU School of Art, Herberger Institute of Design and the Arts, Tempe, AZ

ASU Biomimicry Center, Affiliate Faculty

ASU Biomimicry Seed Grant - Asymmetry as a Design Principle for Improving Structural Resilience: A Study of Insect Wing Venation using Additive Manufacturing. Partners: Associate Professor Dhruv Bhate (The Polytechnic School, Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering) and Professor Lara Ferry (Functional Morphology & Director, School of Mathematical & Natural Sciences; Senior Sustainability Scholar, Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability; Affiliated Faculty, Global Security Initiative)

Nominee, USA Artists Fellowship, Chicago, IL. 

2016               

Senior Sustainability Scholar appointment, Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability, Tempe, AZ

2015               

Haven Foundation Grant, Brewer, ME

2014               

CERF Emergency grant, Montpelier, VT 

Amelia Dregosh Scholarship, Penland School of Crafts, Penland, NC

2013               

Nominee, Louis Comfort Tiffany Grant

2011               

Nominee, Louis Comfort Tiffany Grant

Faculty Development Grant, California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA

2010               

Alameda County Arts Commission’s Site-Specific Artist Registry

2009               

Nominee, Louis Comfort Tiffany Grant

2008               

John Neff Memorial Scholarship, Penland School of Crafts, Penland, NC

2007               

Alfreda Maloof Scholarship, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass Village, CO

Affiliate Artist, Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito, CA

2005               

Pam Joseph Fellowship, Snowmass Village, CO

Honorable Mention for Professional Development Fellowship Program, College Art Association

2004               

Josephine Cohen People’s Choice Award, Society for Contemporary Craft, Pittsburgh, PA.

San Diego State University Art Council Scholarship Award 

San Diego State University Art Council Award, San Diego State University Student Award Exhibition

2003               

San Diego State University/Haystack Mountain School of Crafts Fellowship 

2001               

Work / Study Scholarship, Penland School of Crafts 

2000               

Sam Maloof Scholarship, Anderson Ranch Arts Center

COMMISSIONS/PUBLIC WORKS

2018               

Scottsdale Public Art Fire Station 603, Scottsdale, AZ (completion scheduled fall 2019)

ASU Biomimicry Center, Tempe, AZ 

Site-specific Installation: World Wood Day 2018 Symposium, Siem Reap, Cambodia

2017               

ASU Memorial Union with Curator Engine, Tempe, AZ

2016               

Site-specific Installation: World Wood Day 2016 Symposium, Kathmandu, Nepal

2015               

Kate Lydon, Pittsburgh, PA

2012               

Site-specific Installation: Furniture Society Conference: Design, Community & the Sublime, Maine College of Art, Portland, ME

2008               

Steven Friedland, Berkeley, CA

2002               

Liz and Joe Yamada, La Jolla, CA

RESIDIENCIES

2016               

Artist in Residence,27thAvenue Solid Waste Management Facility, Phoenix, AZ

Artist in Residence,Oregon College of Art and Craft, Portland, OR

2015               

Artist in Residence, TechShop Artist in Residence, Chandler, AZ

Artist in Residence, Scientific Delirium Madness, Djerassi Resident Artist Program, Woodside, CA  

Artist in Residence, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass Village, CO

2014              

Artist in Residence, Workshop Residency, San Francisco, CA

2013               

Artist in Residence, Windgate, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA

Artist in Residence, Arcadia, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

2012               

Artist in Residence,Arizona State University Art Museum, Tempe, AZ

2011               

Visiting Artist, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass Village, CO

2010              

Artist in Residence, Windgate Artist in Residence, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI 

Artist in Residence,Edenfred Residency, Madison, WI 

2009               

Artist in Residence, Windgate Artist in Residence, Purchase College, Purchase, NY

2008               

Artist in Residence,Recology (formally known as SF Recycling and Disposal), San Francisco, CA

2005               

Artist in Residence, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass Village, CO

2004               

Artist in Residence, Stone Quarry Hill Art Park, Cazenovia, NY

COLLABORATIONS

2016               

Make Yourself Happy,poems by Eleni Sikelianos, artwork in How to Assemble the Animal Globeby Christine Lee. Coffee House Press, Minneapolis, MN

How to Assemble the Animal Globe,poems by Eleni Sikelianos, artwork by Christine Lee. Nous-zot Press, Syracuse, NY

2014               

Unisex Chore Coat,designed with sculptor Agelio Batle for Workshop Residence

LECTURES/PRESENTATIONS

2018               

Participant: Leonardo 50thAnniversary Convening, SFAI, San Francisco, CA

Panelist: From Data to Metaphor: An Integration of the Arts and Scientists, A2RU National Conference, University of Georgia, Athens, GA

 Participant:Discovering the Deep Blue Sea Mid‐Cycle Grant Meeting, National Academies Keck Futures Initiative, Huntington Beach, CA

2017               

Presentation: Artist Breakfast Club Series- Beth Ames Swartz, Phoenix, AZ

Presentation: Wood Labs: A Collaboration Between Art, Design and Sustainability,

World Wood Day 2017 Symposium, Long Beach, CA

2016               

Panelist: What’s the value of an ART degree?,Furniture Society Conference, Philadelphia, PA

Panelist: Immersion: Residencies for the Furniture Maker, Furniture Society Conference, Philadelphia, PA

Presentation: LeonardoArt Science Evening speaker series, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA

2015               

Artist Talk, Djerassi Scientific Delirium Madness Open House, Woodside, CA

2014               

Artist Talk, Edgewood College, Madison, WI

Artist Lecture, Wood Program of the Art Dept., University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI

Artist Talk, Workshop Residence, San Francisco, CA

2013               

Presentation: “Wood Labs III: Collaboration between Engineering, Art and Design” with research engineer John F. Hunt of the USDA Forest Products Laboratory, Global Institute of Sustainability at Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ 

Presentation: Flash Back Forward Rethinking Craft Symposium,ASU Art Museum, Tempe, AZ

Artist Talk, Intersection for the Arts, San Francisco, CA

2012               

Artist Talk, Arizona State University Art Museum, Tempe, AZ

Visiting Artist Talk, Oregon College of Art & Craft/Pacific Northwest College of Art

Presentation: “Wood Labs II: Further Developments on an Art, Design and Engineering Collaboration”, Furniture Society Conference: Design, Community & the Sublime, Portland, ME 

2011               

Artist Lecture, Furniture Design Development Class, Palomar College, San Marcos, CA

Artist Lecture, Art Orientation Class, Mira Costa College San Elijo Campus, Cardiff, CA

Presentation: “Wood Labs: Collaboration between the UW -Madison Art Department's Wood program and the USDA’s Forest Products Laboratories”with research engineer John F. Hunt of the USDA Forest Products Laboratory, Building Material and ReUse Association: Decon’11 Conference, Yale University, New Haven, CT

Visiting Artist Talk, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass Village, CO

2010               

Visiting Artist Talk, Herron Furniture Design at IUPUI, Indianapolis, IN

Panelist: “Site-Specific and Material-Specific Design” with Tanya Aguiñiga, Paul Hayes, Tom Hill, and Christine Lee in conjunction with group exhibitionFourSite: 4 Artists | 4 Materials | 4 Sites, San Francisco Museum of Craft+Design, San Francisco, CA

Panelist: “Valuing Waste” with Boris Bally, Thomas Hucker and Daniel Wicke in conjunction with solo exhibition Latent Potential, School of Art and Design at Purchase College, Purchase, NY

2009               

Visiting Artist Talk, School of Art and Design at Purchase College, Purchase, NY

Visiting Artist Talk, Maine College of Art, Portland, ME

Panelist: “Visual Eco-Criticism: Katie Kurtz in conversation with Barry Underwood, Christel Dillbohner & Christine Lee”, Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito, CA

2008               

Artist Lecture, Purchase College, Purchase, NY

Artist Lecture, Professional Practices Class, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI

Guest Critic, Furniture Program at the California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA, Junior Review and All College Honors 

Artist Lecture, Sculpture Class, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA

Panelist: “Installation Art” with Chris Fennell and Michael Warrick in conjunction with two-person exhibition Stacking Order

Guest Critic, Furniture Program at the California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA, Final critique

2007               

Guest Critic, Furniture Program at the California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA, Senior studio  

2006               

Artist Lecture, Graduate Professional Practices Class, SDSU, San Diego, CA

2004               

Fiber Art Forum: “A Dialogue with Artists” in conjunction with group exhibitionFiber Art International 2004, Fiberarts Guild of Pittsburgh, Inc., Garden Center at Melon Park, Pittsburgh, PA

WORKSHOPS

2018               

Ideation workshop, Penland School of Crafts, Penland, NC

Sculptural Prototypingtutorial: Ocean Memory Workshop II, Djerassi Resident Artists Program, Woodside, CA

2017               

Ideation workshop, co-taught w/Wendy Maruyama, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass Village, CO

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Tremble, Lynn. “Here are the Best Works of Art We Saw in May,” Phoenix New Times. Online. May 31, 2017. https://www.phoenixnewtimes.com/arts/best-art-may-2017-phoenix-scottsdale-sette-gallery-smoca-9369149

Ross, Deborah. “Artist Ann Morton Recycles and ‘ReThanks’,”Downtown Phoenix Journal. Online. May 26, 2017. http://downtownphoenixjournal.com/2017/05/26/artist-ann-morton-recycles-and-rethanks/

“Reimagined Trash" Artists in Residence 2017”.Prod. Lloyd Media Group.Video. City of Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture Public Art Program and the Public Works Department’s Reimagine Phoenix.Online. March 13, 2017. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLIGCzWA6ZA

Brodie, Mark. “Art Pieces from Recyclables On Display at Phoenix City Hall” interview with Ann Morton and Christina Park regarding the Phoenix 27thAvenue Transfer Station Art Residency, live broadcast. NPR KJZZ. March 9, 2017.https://kjzz.org/content/446445/art-pieces-recyclables-display-phoenix-city-hall

Lewis, “Shanna. Poetry Meant to Be Torn Apart and Recrafted” article about poet and author Eleni Sikelianos regarding her book, Make Yourself Happy, Colorado Public Radio, Colorado Matters. Online. February 7, 2017. http://www.cpr.org/news/story/boulder-poet-pushes-boundaries

Brodie, Mark. “Looking for Art in Phoenix’s Recycling Bins”interview with Rebecca Blume Rothman (Public Art Project Manager-Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture) regarding the Phoenix 27thAvenue Transfer Station Art Residency, live broadcast NPR KJZZ. September 9, 2016.<http://kjzz.org/content/362524/looking-art-phoenixs-recycling-bins>

McHugh, Gene. 500 Paper Objects. Lark Books, Asheville. May 2013

Coren, Michael J.. “This Art is All Made From A Newly Invented Kind of Wood,” Fast Company. Online. April 17, 2013.http://www.fastcoexist.com/mba/1681635/this-art-is-all-made-from-a-newly-invented-kind-of-wood#1

Siembieda-Gribben, Danielle. “By-Product Becomes Product: An Alternative to MDF Board,” HuffPost Arts & Culture. Online. March 21, 2013.http://www.huffingtonpost.com/danielle-siembiedagribben/by-product-becomes-product-an-alternative-to-mdf_b_2902045.html

McCarthy, Allison. “Applied Science: ‘By-product Becomes Product’ at Intersection for the Arts,”7 x 7 SF. Online. February 1, 2013.http://www.7x7.com/arts-culture/applied-science-product-becomes-product-intersection-arts

Montgomery, Katrina. “Christine Lee Talks Process and Material in ASU’s Crafting a Continuum VisitingArtist Series,”Phoenix New Times Blog. Online. November 12, 2012. http://blogs.phoenixnewtimes.com/jackalope/2012/11/christine_lee_to_speak_on_work.php

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Wallace, Rebecca. “Research into Reuse: Benefits Multiply when Art and Science Combine Efforts,” USDA Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory, NewsLine Winter 2012, Vol.11, No.1. Online. January 2012: 1,7. http://www.fpl.fs.fed.us/utilities/fileloader.php

Schneider, Jason. “Visiting Artist: Christine Lee,” Anderson Ranch Arts Center Blog.Online. March 3, 2011. http://www.andersonranch.org/blog/tag/christine-lee/

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Heimbuch, Jaymi. “Rethinking Trash into Inspired Art,” Treehugger. Online. June 2, 2009:11-12 http://www.treehugger.com/slideshows/style/rethinking-trash-into-inspired-art/page/11/

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KQED San Francisco, “The Gleaners,” Gallery Crawl.Online. January 2009. https://www.kqed.org/arts/10302934/the-gleaners

Berlier, Terry and Moira Murdock. “Expanding: Expressions of Ideas in Space,” Stanford University Arts Initiative.Online. November, 17, 2008. http://arts.stanford.edu/sai.php?section=gallery&page=about&action=10

UALR University Television, “Stacking Order,”UALR Shorts, August 1, 2008. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ToAZJYKM9z0

Hemachandra, Ray and Craig Nutt. 500 Chairs: Celebrating Traditional & Innovative Designs,Lark Books, Asheville. May 2008: 258

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McFadden, David Revere. “Sins of Our Time: the Temptation of Memory,” Cheongju Craft Biennale 2005: International Invitational Exhibition catalog, September 2005:174-180.

Carless, Will, Arts ed., “Furniture art,” La Jolla Light, May 2005.

Tyler, David, Executive ed.. “Guest artists to interpret ‘Light in the Landscape’at Art Park,” Cazenovia Republican, June 2004, 14.

Carlson, Wayne, ed.. “Red, Hot and Blue: two schools,”San Diego Home/Garden: lifestyles, July 2001: 45.

SERVICE

2018               

Juror, Scottsdale Public Art Artist-Designed Recycle Bins Project, Scottsdale, AZ

Focus group participant, ASU Art Museum strategic plan initiative.

City of Tempe McClintock Underpass Public Art Selection Panel, Tempe, AZ 

Co-organizer, exhibition “Survival: Works by students and faculty in the ASU Wood Program” on display at Practical Art gallery and retail space, Phoenix, AZ. Work was created around the theme of Survivaland curated by Practical Art owner Lisa Olson.

2017-present   

ASU Art Museum’s Windgate Contemporary Craft Committee: Committee formed by Heather Lineberry, Chief Curator of the ASU Art Museum, to create two years of programming around contemporary craft supported by a grant from the Windgate foundation. 

2017               

Juror, City of Phoenix Sky Harbor Sky Train Public Art Selection Panel, Phoenix, AZ

Appointed member, Advisory Committee for Director Search, ASU Art Museum, Tempe, AZ

Juror, Anderson Ranch Art Center Residency, Snowmass Village, CO               

Appointed member, ASU Sexual Assault Prevention Arts Initiative Faculty Advisory Council, Herberger Institute of Design and the Arts, led by Liz Lerman.

Juror, Small Favors: Thinking Inside The BoxExhibition, The Center for Art in Wood and The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, PA

2015-16        

Volunteer, Lodestar Day Resource Center, Phoenix, AZ. Worked to support minor space enhancement needs for the main room at the Lodestar Day Resource Center constructed with staff and volunteers. 

2012               

Organizer of exhibition Prototypical on display at the ASU Global Institute of Sustainability.  Works created by ASU undergraduate and graduatestudents enrolled in ART 494/598 Sustainable Wood Art, using a naturally bonded, no formaldehyde added, engineered composite panel.

2011               

Juror, Arkansas Arts Council Individual Artist Fellowships, Sculpture/Installation Art Category

1996               

Volunteer,Volunteers for Peace, Boligee, Alabama. 350 hours of service the local community