Howl Your Troubles

Christian Thompson_Howl Your Troubles
Christian Thompson, Howl Your Troubles, 2011, chromogenic print, 100cm x 100cm

CHRISTIAN THOMPSON

Howl Your Troubles is part of Thompson's self-portrait series Native Instinct. This work was produced while Thompson was an artist in residence at the Australia Council for the Arts Greene Street Studio in Manhattan.

About the Artist:

Dr Christian Thompson was born in 1978, in Gawler, South Australia. A Bidjara man of the Kunja Nation from southwest Queensland, also of German-Jewish heritage, Thompson holds a Doctorate of Philosophy (Fine Art), Trinity College, University of Oxford, United Kingdom, Master of Theatre, Amsterdam School of Arts, Das Arts, The Netherlands, Masters of Fine Art (Sculpture) RMIT University and Honours (Sculpture) RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia and a Bachelor of Fine Art from the University of Southern Queensland, Australia.

Christian Thompson

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