Christine Corday engages a materials practice as artist with the evolving human scale of perception and fundamental forces. She works with temperature, material states, elemental metals as well as creates further medium often in artist-led collaborations with international scientists and science organizations.

ARTIST JOURNAL

ABSTRACT REALISM THROUGH ART

AND SCIENCE

 

 

 

ARTIST TALKS

FILM / TV / RADIO

PRESS

PUBLICATION

ARTIST TALKS

MATERIAL PHASES OF SUNS

NY LASER/ LEONARDO/ ISAST TALK SERIES

15 DEC 2019

Feature presentations by Nobel Laureate Roald Hoffmann, Christine Corday, and Siddharth Ramakrishnan.  LevyArts NYC

 

RELATIVE POINTS

CONTEMPORARY ART MUSEUM SAINT LOUIS

19 JAN 2019

Artist's Conversation with Lisa Melandri

CAMstl Executive Director

 

 

SUSTAINED MOMENT OF ART AND SCIENCE

ITER, Saint-Paul-Lez-Durance, FR

3 JUL 2018

with Laban Coblentz

ITER FR Communication Director

 

 

TEMPERATURE PRESSURE OBJECT

WEBSTER UNIVERSITY

17 NOV 2017

with Jeffrey Hughes, Ph.D., Professor of Art History and Criticism Director, Graduate Studies in Art

Department of Art, Design, and Art History

Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts, Webster University

 

 

JOURNEY FROM PAINT TO PLASMA

NEUEHOUSE

11 JUL 2015

with Rebecca Pietri, Hommepourfemme

New York, New York

 

 

PROTOIST SERIES

LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART

20 JAN 2015

Artist's Conversation with Michael Govan

LACMA CEO and Wallis Annenberg Director

BPGE and Resnick Pavilion, LACMA

 

 

MATERIALS AND TECHNIQUES

UCLA / LACMA MELLON INITIATIVE TALK SERIES

10 NOV 2014

with Dr. David Scott, Professor in Art History and Archaeology, UCLA

Dr. Miwon Kwon, Art History Department Chair, UCLA

Michael Govan, Director, LACMA

 

 

MATTER AND MEMORY: THE PERCEPTIVE EDGE

SOM ARCHITECTS

10 MAY 2014

SOM Architects, San Francisco Office

with Craig W. Hartman, Partner.

 

SELECT FILM / TV / RADIO

HEC TV: CAMSTL SPRING SHOW 2019

2019

HEC TV

 

 

PUBLIC RADIO

2017-11-24

All Things Considered. Willis Ryder Arnold

 

 

 

MAKING OF 9/11 MEMORIAL

2011

History Channel Documentary, 2011

Parrot Productions

 

 

 

RISING:  REBUILDING GROUND ZERO

2011

Discovery Channel Documentary, 2011

Spielberg Productions

SELECT PRESS

The Art Hidden in the World's Largest Nuclear Reactor

25 FEB 2020

Forbes

Eva Amsen

 

 

On the equinox, this sun is our sun

16 MAR 2020

Gazette

George Ball

 

 

The St. Louis Contemporary Art Museum Hosts its Biennial Dada Ball & Bash

8 MAR 2019

Vogue

Chris Bauer

 

 

On Point: Christine Corday at CAM

6 FEB 2019

Times Newspapers

Dickson Beall

 

 

A 'constellation' contained in CAM: Art exhibition shows compressed shapes as 'Relative Points'

17 JAN 2019

St. Louis Post Dispatch

Jane Henderson

 

 

HEAT SEEKER: Artist Christine Corday

16 JAN 2019

Barrett Barrera Projects

Kea Wilson

 

 

Christine Corday wants you to touch every one of her 10,000 pound sculptures at CAM

15 JAN 2019

St. Louis Magazine

Amanda Woytus

 

 

Christine Corday : Relative Points

15 JAN 2019

The Riverfront Tiimes

Paul Friswold

 

 

Christine Corday : Relative Points

15 JAN 2019

The Riverfront Tiimes

Paul Friswold

 

 

Art Only the Universe Can Make: Christine Corday’s ‘Relative Points’ Opens at CAM

10 JAN 2019

Alive Magazine

Kea Wilson

 

 

$1.45 million, 8 ton sculpture ready for  Moscone Center

3 JAN 2019

San Francisco Chronicle

Sam Whiting

 

 

$551 million Moscone Center expansion a bid to win big tech conferences

3 JAN 2019

San Francisco Chronicle

Roland Li

 

 

A curving line of steel in the sky to mark Moscone Center expansion

31 DEC 2018

San Francisco Chronicle

Sam Whiting

 

 

Christine Corday presents monumental site-specific sculptures and paintings commissioned by CAM for her major exhibition RELATIVE POINTS

30 DEC 2018

Contemporary Art Museum Saint Louis

Museum Associates

 

 

Something Fierce

1 SEP 2017

The Magazine

Diane Armatage

 

 

Creative:Something Fierce at Lannan Foundation

1 SEP 2017

Shifter

Daniel Milnor

 

 

Empowerment Through Art: "Something Fierce"

4 AUG 2017

Santa Fe New Mexican  / Pasatiempo

Michael Abatemarco

 

 

Christine Corday and Christopher Powers: Artist and Fabricator

31 MAR 2015

LACMA, UN FRAMED

Linda Theung, Editor,

 

 

Intensifying the Mark: Christine Corday Turns Up the Heat on "Painting"

11 MAR 2015

LACMA, UN FRAMED

Vanessa Wilson

 

 

Memory Recorded: Christine Corday's Protoist Series at LACMA

24 FEB 2015

LACMA, UN FRAMED

Vanessa Wilson

 

 

Christine Corday: Protoist Series, Selected Forms

15 JAN 2015

Art in America

LA editors

 

 

Christine Corday: Protoist Series, Selected Forms

2 DEC 2014

Modern Painters

Thea Ballard

 

 

Leaving Tomorrow On A Flatbed Truck

11 DEC 2008

Interview Magazine

David Coggins

 

 

CORDAY's UNE Sculpture on View Under The High Line

14 NOV 2008

High Line

 

 

FIT

6 OCT 2010

Brooklyn Art Guide

Enrico Gomez,

 

 

10 Years After Sept 11: A Day That Stands Alone

11 SEP 2011

New York Times

Robert D. McFadden

 

 

 

Reflecting Absence: Previewing the 9/11 Memorial

10 SEP 2011

CITYpass

Deston S Nokes

 

 

The world observes the 10-year anniversary of Sept. 11

10 SEP 2011

LA Times

Kenneth N. Zinkat

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PUBLICATION

Christine Corday : WORKS

1 NOV 2020

 

This monograph covers the past 20 years of New York-based artist Christine Corday’s practice. Her artistic approach consists of manipulation of matter into different states, producing massive sculptures that viewers are meant to experience through touch, leaving memories on the surface of her work.  Christine Corday: Works includes an essay by art and architectural historian Miwon Kwon.

 

Hardcover / 10.25 x 12.25 inches

120 images / 184 pages

 

ISBN: 9781942185512

 

Christine Corday : RELATIVE POINTS

22 OCT 2019

 

Christine Corday: RELATIVE POINTS presents the artist’s monumental, site-specific installation at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis in 2019. The exhibition catalog features an interview of the artist conducted by Lisa Le Feuvre [Director, Holt-Smithson Foundaton] , an essay by Michael Govan [Director, LACMA], along with an essay and introduction by Lisa Melandri [exhibition curator and CAMstl executive director] Installation photography by Dusty Kessler.

 

Paperback. 86 pages. 2019

 

CORDAY / NEW YORK

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