Kristan's video collage work relies on remixing and layering digital elements to document and collapse moments from the past and present using projection technology. As an aesthetic of their work, projection is meant to suggest a casting of alternate realities, and a call to see our current and future social climate through a nuanced lens focused on our country's dark past to provoke healing and accountability. Their collage work has been featured in exhibitions such as The High Rise Show, Drive Thru ATL, and Art Meso.
Kristan Woolford is a high school teacher at The New School Atlanta, a Teaching Artist with re:imagine/ATL, and a Film Post Production Professor of Practice at Georgia State University, where they work to train Atlanta's future generation of digital creators. They are a featured artist in Comfiart's Design + Muse signature program. Kristan is a proud alumni of The Creatives Project Studio residency program, C4 Atlanta's Hatch Intensive Program: For Artists Working With Community, Hampton University, and Georgia Tech.
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