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Born in Atlanta, Christy has a varied background in the arts. With background in dance and sculpture, she has recently branched into the world of performance art and interdisiplinary collaborations. Her interest in performance art crested when she attended the 1997 Performance Art Conference, where she saw Rachel Rosenthal perform. Inspired by Rosenthal's incredible persona and workshop, she collaborated with other artists to create, "A Day on the Moon," which integrated improvisational dance and music, with video projection. She has won awards in her field of study including an interdisciplinary arts grant from the Arts Council of Knoxville, TN. After moving to Houston in the fall of 1998. Christy joined AlienNation Co. for the creation of "Migbot."

Her recent professional work includes:

Solo exhibitions:

1998: MFA Thesis Exhibition, Ewing Gallery of Art and Architecture, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

1996: LAYERS OF PERCEPTION, A-1 Artspace, Knoxville, TN

1996: VISCERA, Lowery Gallery, Athens, GA

Selected Group Exhibitions and Performances:

1998: MIGBOT, AlienNation Co., Winter Street Art Center, Houston

1998: A DAY ON THE MOON, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

1998: MASK SHOW, Tomato Head, Knoxville

1997-99 Delgado Sculpture Tour, Delgado Community Colllege, New Orleans

1997: East End Art Event, Pittsburgh

1995: SCREENS, Pam Beri Gallery, Hollywood, FL

1995 Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition, Lyndon House Arts Center, Athens, GA

1994 Georgia Sculpture Society Exhibition, Southeastern Community College, Whiteville

Juried Exhibitions:

1996: 49th Annual Student Competition, Buzz Spector Juror, Ewing gallery of Art and Architecture, University of Tennessee

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