A visible and often continual process is a central element in Christopher Landins practice.
He uses time and chance to provoke unexpected outcomes by for example exposing photographic film to natural elements like mold or ice giving even weight to both documentation and the result. During the Land404 residency Christopher Landin will work with clay and the sea at the exhibition site combined with japanese raku firings.
In 2013 Christopher Landin was nominated for the Hasselblad foundation’s Victor Fellowships in Photography showing his work at the New Nordic Photography exhibition at the Hasselblad center in Gothenburg. He has also exhibited his work at venues including Melk Gallery in Oslo, Galleri Format in Malmö as well as the Copenhagen Photo festival. In 2014 he published the book ”A system of possible movements” with the imprint Heavy Books. Christopher is one of the founders of Land404.