Krista Brand is a multidisciplinary artist and curator, living and working in Eastern Washington.
Identities of place, discarded objects, and the emotional currency of materials have informed her artistic practice. Her current work explores everyday encounters with litter and plastic waste, slyly questioning aesthetic and cultural value systems by examining and reframing cross-sections of urban landscapes.
Krista co-founded Side x Side Contemporary, an online exhibition space focused on supporting international and emerging artists. She was a resident artist at Arts Letters & Numbers, a grant-supported member at Saranac Art Projects, and was a visiting artist at Palouse Prairie Charter School. Krista works as an academic coordinator and instructor of art at Washington State University.
CV link here.
➭ I am juror with Mana Mehrabian for Photolucida Critical Mass 2021, based in Portland, OR.
➭ A Gallery From Home / Good Girls Don't recently featured my work in an online solo show. See it here.
➭ The Spokesman-Review published an interview about Soften. Read it here.
➭ I was recently an artist in residence at Arts Letters and Numbers in NY. Link here.
➭ The Stranger reviewed my show at The Factory in Seattle with Coco Spadoni. Read it here.
➭ A post about my curatorial exhibition at WSU Department of Fine Arts. Read it here.